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Commentary on Isaiah, Volume III: Chapters 40-50

Cyril of Alexandria
Translated with an Introduction by Robert Charles Hill

Volume III of Commentary on Isaiah

Console, console my people, says God. Priests, speak to the heart of Jerusalem. Console her, because her humbling has been accomplished. Her sin has been remitted, because she received from the hand of the Lord double punishment for her transgression (vv.1–2). The discourse is directed to the things in Christ, and now makes a clear proclamation of the grace coming through him. Yet it is not seen to be departing from the theme, nor is it introduced out of context. Some people, in fact, who are not closely attentive to the contents of the divine Scripture may ask, In what way does the prophet in a treatment of Hezekiah provide us with a prophecy related to Christ? In rebutting this objection we shall reply as follows: after reporting the final capture of the land of the Jews and Jerusalem itself, the text then in timely and appropriate manner introduced the consolation that later came from God.”
—“Commentary on Isaiah: Chapter Forty”


Commentary on Isaiah
   Chapter Forty
   Chapter Forty-One
   Chapter Forty-Two
   Chapter Forty-Three
   Chapter Forty-Four
   Chapter Forty-Five
   Chapter Forty-Six
   Chapter Forty-Seven
   Chapter Forty-Eight
   Chapter Forty-Nine
   Chapter Fifty
   General Index
   Index of Biblical Citations

Item Number: BKHCB899
Publication Data: Brookline, MA: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 2008
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 263
Dimensions (l × w × h): 22.9 cm × 15.4 cm × 1.7 cm
ISBN: 978‒1‒885652‒96‒6

$21.95 (USD)


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