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INDEX OF SUBJECTS

(The Arabic numerals refer to pages, the Roman to chapters.)

  • Anshan or Anzan, 112 f.
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  • Babylon, 55 ff.;
  • capture of, 146 f., xii.;
  • compared with Rome,189, 199 f.;
  • meaning of its name, 191;
  • its pride, 191;
  • early history, 192 n.;
  • cruelty, 201;
  • yielding to Cyrus, 193;
  • religion, 193;
  • in the modern world, 200 ff.;
  • ruin, 199, 204;
  • call to leave, 211, 396.
  • Babylonia, described, 53;
  • history of, 107 ff., 146 f.
  • Baudissin, 463.
  • Belshazzar, 113.
  • Bredenkamp argues for "Isaianic" elements in Isa. xl.-lxvi., 24, 205, 211.
  • Briggs, Prof., theory of two different writings in Isa. xl.-lxvi., 18, 315, 336, cf. 234.
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  • Calvin, testimony to exilic authorship of Isa. xl.-lxvi., 14 f.;
  • fair exegesis, 215;
  • Commentary, Introduction.
  • Captivity. See Exile.
  • Chaldea. See Babylon.
  • Astrology, 193, 198.
  • Cheyne, Prof., 19, 121, 211, 435.
  • Crœsus, 113;
  • and the oracles, 114;
  • defeated by Cyrus, 144 f.
  • Cyropædia, 164, 170.
  • Cyrus, alleged mention of his name by Isaiah, 7;
  • not monotheist, 40, 165, 179;
  • not a prediction but a fulfilment, 9, 11, 66, 111 ff.;
  • Jehovah's claim on, 130, 166, 144, 162 ff.;
  • capture of Babylon, 146, 178;
  • Greek presentation of, compared with Hebrew, 164 f., 169 ff.;
  • As Messiah: Hebrew objection to, 167 f., 175;
  • a fulfilment of prediction, 207 f.;
  • an elect instrument, not the Servant, 253.
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  • Davidson, Prof. A. B., quoted, 15, 17, 306, 317.
  • See also Introduction, 121.
  • Delitzsch, 121, 211, etc.
  • Dillmann, 435, etc.
  • Driver, Prof., Isaiah: His Life and Times, 14, 18, 121, 435, etc.
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  • 472Ewald, 121, 269, 336, etc.
  • Exile, the Babylonian, reason of, 28 ff.;
  • What Israel took into Exile, iii.;
  • Israel in Exile, iv.;
  • the first deportation, number, and quality of exiles, 32 ff.;
  • second deportation, 35;
  • march to Babylon, 48 f.;
  • condition of the exiles, 55 ff.;
  • social condition of exiles, 57 ff.;
  • literary efforts, 59 f.;
  • religious life, 61;
  • commerce, 62;
  • spiritual experience, 63;
  • traces of exile in Jewish literature, 63;
  • condition of Israel at end of exile, 66.
  • Ezekiel, compared with Jeremiah, 34, 46;
  • picture of captivity, 59;
  • sin-bearer, 352;
  • and the Messiah, 404.
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  • Face of God, 450 n.
  • Fasts in the exile, 61, 415.
  • Fatherhood of God, 453 ff.
  • Giesebrecht, 210.
  • God and history, 87 f., 100, 106 ff., 157 ff.
  • God and the idols, vi., ix. (especially 153).
  • God, His Omnipotence and Faithfulness, 121 ff., 390.
  • God the Saviour, 136;
  • Personality of, 148 f.;
  • Passion of God, viii.;
  • spirituality of Jewish conception, 137.
  • Gospel, or Good News. Meaning in the Exile, 437 f.;
  • development from then, 439 f.
  • Grace, proclamation of, characteristic of "Second Isaiah," 78 f.;
  • to fulfil service, 290.
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  • Herodotus, quotation from, 114 f.
  • Hahn, 121.
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  • Idolatry, 91, 94 ff., 116, 152 ff., 177 ff.
  • Incarnation, true O. T. prophecies of, 135 ff., 141.
  • Individualism, 41 ff.
  • Isaiah, the Prophet: his prophecies of exile, 23, 29 f.;
  • his connection with chs. xl.-lxvi., 23, 24;
  • are there fragments by him in ch. xl.-lxvi.? 24;
  • his use of the word Righteousness, 216, 218.
  • Isaiah, Book of: plurality of authors in, 4;
  • on its own testimony composite book, 4 f.
  • Isaiah xl.-lxvi.: their date, i.;
  • do not claim to be by Isaiah, 5;
  • New Testament quotations from, 6;
  • speak of exile and Cyrus as actual facts, 8, 9;
  • use Cyrus as a fulfilment of previous prophecies, 11, 12;
  • local colour, 13;
  • language and style, 15;
  • characteristic doctrine, 16;
  • unity, 18 f., 21,212, 222, 234, 314 f., 336 ff., 409, 441, 446;
  • Palestinian and pre-exilic elements, 18-20, 409 ff.;
  • post-exilic elements, 18, 414, 458, 465.
  • Isaiah xl.-lxvi.: the double problem of the prophecy, Introduction, 377, 378.
  • "Isles," or coast-lands, 109 ff.
  • Israel: sketch of history from Isaiah to exile, ii., iii., iv.;
  • uniqueness; reason of election by God, xv.;
  • missionary career, 44 f.;
  • prominence given to, 236;
  • elected for service, 237;
  • qualities of nation, 240 ff.;
  • 473Jesus a Jew, 249 f.
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  • Jeremiah, his prediction of exile, 8, 27, 66, 79;
  • teaching on this contrasted with Isaiah's, 27;
  • Jeremiah's significance for "Second Isaiah," and foreshadowing of the Servant of the Lord, as suffering for the people, 42, 275, 277;
  • and for God's Word, 330;
  • and as sin-bearer, 352, 358;
  • cf. also 326, 435 n.
  • Jerusalem or Zion, fall of, 30 ff.;
  • religious significance of its destruction, 43 ff.;
  • the exiles take the city's name to themselves, 47, 72;
  • personification of Israel under name of Zion, 382 ff.;
  • her restoration, 395, xxiv.;
  • the Bride of God, 397 ff.;
  • City of Judgement, 466.
  • Jesus Christ, and the Passion of God, viii.;
  • a Jew, 249;
  • His testimony as to His uniqueness, 283, 369 f.;
  • His example of service, 284, 285, 305 ff.;
  • called the Servant of the Lord in the Acts, 286;
  • so recognised by Peter and Paul, 287;
  • God's will first with Him, 298;
  • martyrs for the Word of God, 285, 331;
  • and the Fifty-third of Isaiah, 366 ff.;
  • as bringer of good news, 439.
  • John the Baptist and the Book of Isaiah, 282 f.
  • Josiah, King, 30.
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  • Krüger, 435, 442.
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  • Love of God, 76 f., viii., 399 f., 451 f.;
  • sin against it, 467.
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  • Marriage, figure of religious marriage use among the Semites, 398 ff.;
  • purified and exalted in the Old Testament, 400;
  • a test of the uniqueness of Hebrew prophecy, 398 f., cf. 76 f.
  • Media, 107.
  • Mesopotamia, 51 ff.
  • Monotheism, 88;
  • and the imagination, 95 ff.;
  • of Israel defined, 36 ff., 129, 149 ff.
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  • Nabunahid or Nabonidos, King of Babylon, 65, 113, 193.
  • Nebuchadrezzar, 32, 34, 54, 107.
  • New Testament quotations from Isaiah xl.-lxvi., p. 6 and references, 282, 284 f., xvii.
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  • Persia, 111.
  • Pfleiderer, quoted, 127.
  • Positivism and the service of man, 294.
  • Prediction, Jehovah's claim to, 120 ff., 208;
  • the ri'shonoth, 206;
  • new things, 206.
  • Prophecy, in the Exile, its anonymousness, 61;
  • and appeal to former scriptures, 62;
  • precedes history as well as interprets it, 100;
  • uniqueness of Hebrew prophecy, 248, ff., xix., 321 ff.;
  • and martyrdom, 328.
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  • Redemption of Israel. Political, fulfilled by Cyrus, 271;
  • spiritual, fulfilled by Servant, 271, 273.
  • Renan, "Natural Monotheism of the Semites," 149.
  • Return from exile, promise of, 46;
  • facts of, 57;
  • 474call to 211 ff., 396, 405, etc.
  • Revelation, conditions of, 73;
  • method of, 100 f., 148 f.
  • See Prophecy.
  • Righteousness, 127 f., xiv.;
  • root and growth of word, 215 f.;
  • of Israel, 217;
  • of Jehovah, 224, cf. 365, 392, 410, 436 f.
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  • Sabbath, 61, 422.
  • Sacramental character of prophecy, 89 f.
  • Sayce, 163, 165, 179, 457.
  • Sin, its effects, 387;
  • its punishment, 29, 465 ff.;
  • grounds of forgiveness, 79;
  • borne by God, viii., 183;
  • by Jeremiah and Ezekiel, 352;
  • by the Servant, xx.
  • Sinim, land of, 383.
  • Socialism and the service of man, xviii.
  • Suffering, vicarious, Jeremiah 422, 64;
  • of the Servant, 272 f., 331.
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  • The Servant of Jehovah, God's commission of, 132 f.;
  • Christ's relation to, 142;
  • possibly speaker summing moral meaning of Exile, 210;
  • passages on, 233;
  • his character, 254;
  • as a nation, 236 ff., 256 f.;
  • as part of a nation, 257 ff.;
  • as realised by one man—prophet and martyr, 276;
  • a person, 276, etc.;
  • a personification, 266;
  • fulfilled by Christ, 267, 281 ff., 367;
  • an individual, objections answered to recognising this—
  • 1st, 270,
  • 2nd, 272,
  • 3rd, 274;
  • cf. xx., 405.
  • The Servant's office, extended by Paul, 287 f.;
  • by Peter, 286 f.
  • The Servant's chief end, 317;
  • as prophet and martyr, 313 ff.;
  • as sin-bearer, xx.
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  • Voice, the human, in Isaiah xl.-lxvi., 302, 416.
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  • Wellhausen, 238, 269, 457 n.
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  • Xenophanes, the Eleatic, contemporary of "Second Isaiah," 125.
  • Xenophon, portrait of Cyrus, 163 f.
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