4 edition of Isaiah"s new Exodus and Mark found in the catalog.
Isaiah"s new Exodus and Mark
Rikki E. Watts
|Statement||Rikki E. Watts.|
|Series||Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament., 88|
|LC Classifications||BS2585.2 .W36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 479 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||479|
|LC Control Number||97226716|
One way of describing the redemption through Jesus Christ is as a new and greater Exodus, the telling of it patterned after the Exodus story. That there is a “typological parallel between the historical Exodus and the Messianic Salvation”  Harold Sahlin, “The New Exodus of Salvation According to Paul,” in The Root of the Vine: Essays in Biblical Theology, ed. Anton Fridrichsen. In any case, the text has a multilayered theological significance as Mark applies it to the work of John, the one who went before “the Lord.” Isaiah comes from the second half of the book of Isaiah, wherein the prophet describes a new exodus that follows the Babylonian exile.
When work and labor are enjoyed in the context of loving God and loving neighbor, a little bit of the new heavens and the new earth are tasted in the here-and-now. Table of Contents. Introduction to Isaiah; An Overview of the Book of Isaiah; God's View of Our Work (Isaiah) Worship and Work (Isaiah 1ff.) Mark S. Gignilliat and Alice. While the book of Isaiah provides several historical touch points that anchor the prophet in a particular period of Judah’s history, the book ranges in its visions from Isaiah’s own times through to the end of time when God creates “new heavens and a new earth” (Is. ).
The theme of a highway for the return of exiles is a prominent one (see ; and notes) in both major parts of the book. The Lord raises a banner to summon the nations to bring Israel home (see and note). Peace and safety mark this new Messianic age. The prophet Isaiah is the first of four Major Prophets along with Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel in Hebrew Scripture, our Old Testament of the is the first of the 16 Latter Prophets, comprising the four Major Prophets, and the twelve Prophets in the Book of the Twelve - the prophets Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi.
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Rikki Watts presents a very thorough argument in Isaiah’s New Exodus in Mark () that the major themes, structure, and narrative details in the Gospel of Mark were drawn directly from the Book of Isaiah, and in particular from the last chapters of Isaiah that speak of a New Exodus for Israel from captivity to various nations and back to Jerusalem.
This book shows how Mark frames his gospel around Isaiah and specifically Isaiah's new Exodus theme. This is an important work and needs to be read by scholars and serious students of the gospel of Mark.
One cannot read this book and come away without a fresh perspective on Mark and what Jesus himself was intending by his words and actions/5(9). Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A groundbreaking contribution to Markan studies/5.
"Rikki Watts' important book argues persuasively that Mark has been profoundly influenced by the book of Isaiah, and that his gospel reflects, in particular, the expectations expressed in chapterswhere remembrance of the Exodus from Egypt has been transformed into hope for a new Exodus." -Morna D.
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Rikki E. Watts (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is associate professor of New Testament at Regent College. Originally published by Mohr (Siebeck), Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark is the seventh title to be released in the Biblical Studies Library Series.
Books: Type: Non-Fiction: Publication Date: Publisher: Baker Publishing Group: Item Number: ISBN ISBN Contributors: Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark Email to * (Separate email addresses by commas.) Personal Message. Book Review: Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark I recently finished reading Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark by Rikki Watts, now a professor at Regent College in Vancouver, BC.
Anyone who has the technical ability to wade through the Greek and Hebrew references will glean pure gold from this work. It has opened my eyes to understanding the Gospels as well.
david pao does not quite convince that the new exodus from isaiah is the organizing principle in the book of acts, but he certainly shows that it is a powerful influence.
how the old testament influences the new is one of the most interesting areas of theological studies, and this study is right up there with the best. thanks dr s: 6.
"Rikki Watts' important book argues persuasively that Mark has been profoundly influenced by the book of Isaiah, and that his gospel reflects, in particular, the expectations expressed in chapterswhere remembrance of the Exodus from Egypt has been transformed into hope for a new Exodus.
 David W. Pao, Acts and the Isaianic New Exodus, pp. 55– Also helpful is Rikki Watts, Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark.
 See, for example, B. Anderson, "Exodus Typology in Second Isaiah," in Israel's Prophetic Heritage: Essays in Honor of James Muilenburg, pp. –  Carroll Stuhlmueller, Creative Redemption in Deutero-Isaiah.
A new Exodus. A central theme in Second Isaiah is that of a new Exodus – the return of the exiled people Israel from Babylon to Jerusalem. The author imagines a ritualistic return to Zion (Judah) led by Yahweh. The importance of this theme is indicated by its placement at the beginning and end of Second Isaiah (–5, –13).
This book shows how Mark frames his gospel around Isaiah and specifically Isaiah's new Exodus theme. This is an important work and needs to be read by scholars and serious students of the gospel of Mark. One cannot read this book and come away without a fresh perspective on Mark and what Jesus himself was intending by his words and actions/5.
Rikki E Watts. Rikki E. Watts (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is associate professor of New Testament at Regent College. Originally published by Mohr (Siebeck), Isaiah??'s New Exodus in Mark is the seventh title to be released in the Biblical Studies Library Series.
From here on, no one should try to read Mark's narrative with understanding without taking into consideration how much the theme of the New Exodus in Isaiah influenced his understanding of Jesus and of Jesus' announcement of the coming of God's rule."--Gordon D.
Fee, Professor of New Testament Studies, Regent College "An impressive example of. Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark (Biblical Studies Library) Isaiah's New Exodus in Mark Paperback – October 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See Reviews: 1. About USCCB. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB’s) mission is to encounter the mercy of Christ and to accompany His people with joy.
Third, Isaiah’s use of the Exodus motif helps us understand the New Testament (NT) use of the Exodus. The NT authors apply themes from the Exodus to the life of Christ and the rescue of the church (1 Cor.
ff; Jn. ; Heb. ; Lk. Thus, Ellis notes, “Exodus ‘typology’ was not original with Paul or even the early Church. "Isaiah s New Exodus In Mark" by Rikki Watts ( pages) - An extensive study of the Gospel of Mark that reveals Isaiah's New Exodus as the unifying theme.
The Gospel of Mark As a Fulfilment of Isaiah s New Exodus by Neil Godfrey (online article)-A brief overview of the book by Rikki Watts. Isaiah's New Exodus & Mar has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.
Buy Now More Buying Choices 4 New from $ 1 Used from $ 5 used & new from $ See All Buying Options Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link.That consists of God’s people’s physical release from bondage, new exodus, new wandering in the wilderness, return from exile, and reconquest of the Promised Land.
These and similar literary interconnections between the two groups of chapters show that Jehovah’s “servant” who appears in Isaiah 41–46 is the same person as the Davidic.The theme of "New Exodus" has been the in Markan studies has been to agree with A.
C. Sund-berg's pronouncement that "Daniel is the most important book to Mark" and that Isaiah ranks only.