What can one say about eschatology in the Old Testament? For a number of scholars there is no eschatology in the Old Testament and for many others eschatology only occurs at the fringes of that section of the Bible. Biblical Studies have tried to clarify the issues around eschatology, but different views remain.
It is from this general background that this book examines the eschatology of the unit of Isa 65 and 66. The author throws new light on what Old Testament eschatology really is and offers a practical view of the unit of Isa 65 and 66, situating it within the larger Isaian tradition.
Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2005. XVIII, 409 pp.
Contents: Introduction – Development in Old Testament Eschatology till Date – Preliminary Considerations – Detailed Exegesis
of Isa 65 and 66 – The Meaning of Eschatology – Eschatological Implications of Isa 65 and 66 – Isa 65 and 66: Apocalyptic
or Eschatological? – Isa 65 and 66 in the Book of Isaiah – Eschatological Implications of Isa 65 and 66 as Developments from
Deutero-Isaiah and Proto-Isaiah – The Theological Bases of these Implications in the Book of Isaiah – The Servants and the
Remnant Motif – Eschatological Implications of Isa 65 and 66 as the Conclusion of the Book of Isaiah – Isa 65 and 66 in the