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A Theology of Salvation: A Commentary on Isaiah 40-55

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"Dr Simon's commentary treats Isaiah 40-55 as the kernel of God's revelation in the Old Testament. The author, who is Reader in Theology in the University of London and Fellow of King's College, discusses each section separately and includes a fresh translation with linguistic notes and critical material, drawing upon the work of many generations and many countries. It is his contention that these chapters, taken as a unity, hammer out an exposition of the meaning and the method of salvation. Every important and controversial theme of Biblical religion is brought under review, since Dr Simon considers that the prophet's inspiration illumines the whole range of human experience and God's activity."

Book in good condition with damage to the dust jacket, some foxing on the page edges and a small inscription on the first page.

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Author(s):
Simon, U. E.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1961 reprint (1953 originally)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
SPCK

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"Dr Simon's commentary treats Isaiah 40-55 as the kernel of God's revelation in the Old Testament. The author, who is Reader in Theology in the University of London and Fellow of King's College, discusses each section separately and includes a fresh translation with linguistic notes and critical material, drawing upon the work of many generations and many countries. It is his contention that these chapters, taken as a unity, hammer out an exposition of the meaning and the method of salvation. Every important and controversial theme of Biblical religion is brought under review, since Dr Simon considers that the prophet's inspiration illumines the whole range of human experience and God's activity."

Book in good condition with damage to the dust jacket, some foxing on the page edges and a small inscription on the first page.

Author(s):
Simon, U. E.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1961 reprint (1953 originally)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
SPCK

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