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The Suffering Servant Hymn and Its Sequel: A New Translation
SIDIC (1986)
  • Asher Finkel, Seton Hall University
Abstract
A new translation and commentary on  the Suffering Servant Hymn and its neglected sequal, Isaiah 56:9-57:3.
Keywords
  • Suffering Servant,
  • Isaiah 52,
  • Isa 52,
  • biblical criticism,
  • exegesis,
  • Acts 8,
  • suffering and death of Jesus,
  • Bernhard Duhm,
  • biblical scholarship,
  • servant songs,
  • early Christianity,
  • Isaiah 56,
  • Isa 56,
  • Isaiah 57,
  • Isa 57,
  • Isaiah 58,
  • Isa 58,
  • vicarious suffering,
  • phenomenological approach,
  • theodicean,
  • righteous one,
  • hasaddiq,
  • saddiq,
  • My servan,
  • t abhddi,
  • ravenous dogs,
  • stray sheep,
  • parched land,
  • lamb led to the slaughter,
  • Exodus 32,
  • Ex 32,
  • Isaiah 12,
  • Isa 12,
  • I Macc 1,
  • 1 Macc 1,
  • II Macc 6,
  • II Mac 7,
  • 2 Macc 6,
  • 2 Macc 7,
  • Daniel 3,
  • Dan 3,
  • Daniel 12,
  • Dan 12,
  • Dead Sea Scroll of Isaiah,
  • Rabbi Judah,
  • Rabbi Akiva,
  • Simeon ben Gamaliel,
  • Bar Kochba,
  • pesher,
  • Dialogue with Trvpho
Publication Date
1986
Citation Information
Asher Finkel. "The Suffering Servant Hymn and Its Sequel: A New Translation" SIDIC Vol. 19 Iss. 1 (1986)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/asher_finkel/2/