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Isaiah

Bible Studies, Messages, Papers

Michelangelo's painting of the prophet Isaiah on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, 1511 AD.  Photo credit: Jörg Bittner Unna | CC3.0, Wikimedia Commons (cropped).

 
 

bible studies and messages from the anastasis center: Isaiah

Below are small group leader notes, sermons, and exegetical notes on the Book of Isaiah.

We make the best of modern biblical scholarship, along with early Christian exegesis, relevant and practical.

Messages on Isaiah

Isaiah Overview The New King, the New Eden, the New Garden Glory

Isaiah 2:1 - 4 Ripples of Salvation: From Zion to the World (and ppts)

Isaiah 2:1 - 4 Christian Mission: Imperialistic? Authentically Jewish? Am I Called to Do It? (and ppts)

Isaiah 6:1 - 13 God Calls the Prophet (and ppts)

Isaiah 13:1 - 14:27 Babylon: Your Sin is a Magnet for More Sin (and ppts)

Isaiah 19:1 - 20:6 Egypt: Place Your Trust in God, Not in People (and ppts)

Isaiah 44:1 - 20 Even When You Feel Vulnerable, Don't Give Yourself to Someone Else (and ppts)

Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12 Is There Hard Evidence Jesus Was Fairly Amazing?

Isaiah 53:4 - 6 The King Who Entered Our Sin and Suffering (and ppts)

Isaiah 58:1 - 7 God's Cry for Justice, Part 1

Isaiah 58:8 - 14 God's Cry for Justice, Part 2

Small Group Leader Notes on Isaiah

Isaiah 1:1 - 31 God's Own Children Don't Know Him

Isaiah 2:1 - 22 Ripples of Salvation, From Zion to the World

Isaiah 6:1 - 13 God Calls the Prophet

Isaiah 13:1 - 14:32 Babylon: Your Sin is a Magnet for More Sin

Isaiah 19:1 - 20:6 Egypt:  God Makes His Enemies His Friends

Isaiah 44:1 - 45:7 God's Critique of Idolatry

Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12 The Suffering Servant

Isaiah 58:1 - 14 God's Cry for Justice

Isaiah 59:1 - 21 God's Personal Response to Injustice

Thematic Study The Theme of Fire and Purification

 

Notes and Essays on Isaiah

Hope Filled Full, Part Two: The New Testament and the Hopes of Isaiah

What Did the Suffering Servant Suffer? Isaiah 53 and Penal vs. Medical Substitution a long essay now found in parts on the blog; makes an argument for medical substitution

bible studies and messages from the anastasis center