Book of Isaiah
At the very first glance, the Book of Isaiah is seen to consist of three distinct parts and is divided into sixty-six chapters.
The first part, Chapters 1 - 38, constitute a more of less homogeneous collection and are distinctly prophetic. They contain Isaiah's prophecies in the reigns of of Uzziah and Jothan, foretelling that the present prosperity of Judah should be destroyed and that Israel should be brought to desolation. There is the announcement of the birth of the child Immanuel, more prophecies against Israel, an ode of triumph, and a prediction of the Assyrian invasion.
The second part of the Book of Isaiah, Chapters 39-66, contains a historical sketch of some events during Hezekiah's reign and another homogeneous collection and are as distinctly prophetic as chapters 1 - 38. They appear to form a separate prophecy, and are supposed by many critics to have been written in the time of the Babylonian captivity and are therefore sometimes ascribed to a "later Isaiah." This seond part falls into three sections of nine chapters each. The main topics include the comforting assurance of the deliverance from Babylon by Koresh (Cyrus), who is named twice. In the second section the return from exile is spoken of repeatedly, and section three is mainly occupied with various practical exhortations founded upon the views of the future already set forth.
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