NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by CHARLES SCRIBNEE'S SONS, In the Ofi Bce of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Lanoe's Bibelwerk, in 1877, just twenty years after the publication of its first volume on Matthew (1857). Naeoelsbach, and to additions and substitutions of doctrinal and Iiomiletical matter from English sources for those of German authors and sermon- izers. If thereby, on the one hand, the danger became infinitely greater for the theo- cratic life, the theocracy, on the other, approached so much nearer the fulfilment of its task in the world's history. Therefore a ne,v ex- pedition of Sargon against Philistia, that resulted in the subjection of the insurgents in the year 711. All these conflicts had taken place without the kingdom of Judah becoming involved as a fellow-sufl^erer. It is doubtful if Isaiah still lived to see the reign of Manasseh. His gaze, as early as the fourteenth year of Hezekiah, since that embassy related in Isaiah xxxix., had turned in another direction. i'C'' com- bined with IT must properly have sounded i Tri? But the meaning of nii T' J't V' would be primarily : Java salvus est. And above all things, one must not explain the writings of the prophets of the Old Testa- ment on the assumption that they did not bona fide regard themselves as organs of the living, per- sonal God that governs the world. Very well — then let such point out the illusions that entangled them, and expose their enthusiasms. Let no one empty their words of sense — let no one deny that they meant to prophesy because one does not him.'^elf believe in any prophecy. Knobei, does) make out of the prophecy a marvellous masked representation of events tliat had already taken place. 13 b) expresses the same thought, saying : " Ezekiel resembles the son of the village when he beholds the splendor of the king, but Isaiah resembles the son of tlie royal residence" (comp.
Moore, formerly of Vienna, now of New Brighton, Pa., was associated with the work, and assumed the translation of chaps, xxi.-xxx., and chaps. The great length of the German commentary (827 pages), and the inexpediency of dividing the Englisli edition in two volumes, made it necessary to condense and to abridge as much as was con- sistent with justice to the author and his work. From the period of their establishment, all the conflicts in which the kingdoms of Israel and Judah were involved with the neighboring natimis were, so to speak, merely of a local nature. This event forms the conclusion of the history of Isaiah as far as known to us. Still there prevails a certain freedom in the formation of compound proper names. One must either love Him or hate Him, be for Him or against Him (Luke xi. This question can never be objectively de- cided here below, because for each individual the subjective attitude of his own heart is the crite- rion. For this reason this introduction bears more of a general ethical character.
Lo WRl E, who for the last year and a half lias devoted all his time and strength to the laborious work. There remains still some irregularity, -whether we derive i Ti't! For under all circumstances our relation to God is a concern of the heart. Consciously or unconsciously every man must feel himself attracted by God or repelled from Him, according as, in his secret heart, that which is kindred to God or that which is inimical to God has the upper hand. Take tlie her- meneutics that is founded on the assumption that there is no personal God, and that the world is founded on abstractions, in whose real existence one must believe, much as that contradicts all rea- son and experience ; shall such hermeneutics be more entitled to consideration than that ■which rests on the fundamental view that there is a personal God, to whom we are related, who loves us and guides our fortune with paternal wisdom? And thereby, of course, he has given at the same time a picture of that period of his labors which preceded the first conflict with the world-power and the prophecies that related to it. 6) belongs to the beginning of the three years which Pekah had in common with Ahaz, thus about 743 B.
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11.13, 2 3 LIBRARY OF THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY PRINCETON. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN, AND EDITED, WITH ADDITIONS, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED, PHILIP SCHAFF, D.l)., IN CONNECTION WITH AMERICAN SCHOLARS OF VARIOUS EVA2JGEUCAL DENOMINATIONS. NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBXER'S SONS, THE PROPHET ISAIAH. May Lange's Bible-work long continue to be an aid and comfort to pastors and theological students for whose special benefit it was prepared. At Eltekeh, a Levitical city in the territory of Dan (Josh. This point he leaves to others whom the matter more nearly touched. From a distance one may very well observe a city, mountain and the like, in general outlines. For this reason genuine prophecy in general will never meddle with spe- i 3. All rhetorical forms of art are at his command, and he can employ all the riches of ihe language.
Presented by 7 "TVie Wio^ow or Gveorf^'e Tlno'an , ^^ • Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from Princeton Theological Seminary Library COMMENTARY ON THE HOLY SCRIPTURES: CRITICAL, DOCTRIML AND HOMILETICAL, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MINISTERS AND STUDENTS. D., IN CONNECTION WITH A NUMBER OP EMINENT EUROPEAN DIVINES. OF THE OLD TESTAMENT: CONTAINING THE PROPHET ISAIAH. It is doubtful whether any editor or publisher would have ventured on a commentary of twen- ty-four large and closely printed volumes, could he have forseen the difficulties and risks con- nected with it; and yet it has proved successful beyond all expectation. At the same time Hezekiah— and this was the great weakness of § 2. 3 which this otherwise admirable prince was guilty— sought protection and help from Egypt against the danger impending from Assyria. Judah must trust in the Lord who promised by His prophet not to yield it up to the Assyrian, but that he would free it by a mighty act of deliverance. In this great strait Hezekiah cried to the Lokd and received through Isaiah a comforting promise. 23) the armies of Sennacherib and Tirhika encountered. But shortly after 185,000 men perished in the camp of the Assyrian in one night, likely of a pest. But he is not especially interested in the victory of Babylon and the capti- vity of his people there. It has been further overlooked that prophesying is a seeing from a distance. Where, however, the latter takes place, either the special trait contemplated is no subordinate individual thing, or it justifies the suspicion tliat it is false. But this does not hinder me from maintaining the divine origin of prophecy in general, and also from claiming a scientific title for my construction of Isaiali's propliecy. And with admirable art, yet without affectation, he knows how to modulate the »vord aci'ording to the contents of the thought.