Eastern Christian Supply Company
Providing the finest in church products since 1986
 | Home  | Store  | About E.C.S.  | Feedback  | Site Map  | E.C.S. Blog  | Links  |
  +
.-|-.
|ECS|
`---'
Products > Bookstore > Books by Category > Holy Scripture and Biblical Aids > Commentary on Isaiah >

Commentary on Isaiah, Volume II: Chapters 15-39

   
Cyril of Alexandria
Translated with an Introduction by Robert Charles Hill

Volume II of Commentary on Isaiah

“After fully completing the account of the Babylonians and the Philistines, he shifts the prophecy in turn to Moab, that is, to[...]the capital of the Moabites, the whole country and the kingdom itself. They were a barbarous nation, hateful to God, doubtless because of being utterly devoted to the worship of the idols, with complete trust in magical skills, opposition to the glory of God, and intense hostility to the people of Israel. For instance, when they were freed from the Egyptians’ oppression and reached the land of promise, they almost perished, thanks to the scheme of Balak, who was king of the Moabites at the time. Scripture records it in Numbers in these terms: ‘All the people of Israel camped to the west of Moab across the Jordan from Jericho. Balak son of Zippor saw all that Israel had done to the Amorites, and Moab was in great dread of the people because they were numerous.’ Then what was the scheme he hatched? He bribed Balaam of Mesopotamia, a false prophet and augur, and then urged him in the words, Curse Israel for me, ‘for I know that those you bless are blessed, and those you curse are cursed.’ Though some of the forms of quackery were practiced by him, with erection of altars and offering of sacrifices, Balak’s hope was dashed and his purpose frustrated when the man who had been hired to curse Israel unexpectedly blessed it.”
—“Commentary on Isaiah: Chapter Fifteen”

CONTENTS

Commentary on Isaiah
   Chapter Fifteen
   Chapter Sixteen
   Chapter Seventeen
   Chapter Eighteen
   Chapter Nineteen
   Chapter Twenty
   Chapter Twenty-One
   Chapter Twenty-Two
   Chapter Twenty-Three
   Chapter Twenty-Four
   Chapter Twenty-Five
   Chapter Twenty-Six
   Chapter Twenty-Seven
   Chapter Twenty-Eight
   Chapter Twenty-Nine
   Chapter Thirty
   Chapter Thirty-One
   Chapter Thirty-Two
   Chapter Thirty-Three
   Chapter Thirty-Four
   Chapter Thirty-Five
   Chapter Thirty-Six
   Chapter Thirty-Seven
   Chapter Thirty-Eight
   Chapter Thirty-Nine
   Notes
   General Index
   Index of Biblical Citations

Item Number: BKHCB898
Publication Data: Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2008
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 348
Dimensions (l × w × h): 22.9 cm × 15.4 cm × 2.3 cm
ISBN: 978‒1‒885652‒95‒9

$21.95 (USD)

Ordering

Please enter the quantity:

Click here for more photos of this product

Icon of the Lord Jesus Christ, “The Wisdom of God,” with Sterling Silver “Grapevines” Riza

Made in Turkey

ONLY $44.95

☞ Click for more
information.

Sterling silver cross (str,big) w/enamel 3/4" X 1-1/8" (19 x 29 cm)

ONLY $44.95

☞ Click for more
information.

Gold- and silver-plated reliquary

Made in Greece

ONLY $465.95

☞ Click for more
information.

The Icon “Not-Made-By-Hands” (Holy Mandelion)

Made in Russia

ONLY $34.95

☞ Click for more
information.
Quick Navigation Bar—direct links to various sections on this site

(Press “Enter” to go!)

Related Links