February 7R - February 7, 2008 *Oxtoby 53-57, Ezra 5:1,...

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February 7, 2008 **Oxtoby 53-57, Ezra 5:1, Hagias, Zachariah 4, 6, Samuel 7 Isaiah Syro - Ephrimamite War 234-157 Assyria- Tiglith Syria- Rezin, “house of Damascus” Israel- Pekah: son of Remaliah Rezlin and Pekah form alliance to beat Assyria Judah- Ahaz asked to join alliance, doesn’t want to because he has a buffer zone before the Assyrians get to him Rezlin and Pekah say they are going to march on Jerusalem, assasinate Ahaz, and make Tibiel king of Judah *Theophorism: parents religious affliliation, add el to child’s name 3 translations of Isaiah Who is Emmanuel? Curds and honey-baby food Introductory matter Is it a positive message or negative? Is the child names in chapter 7 the same as the child in chapter 8? Are they relatable or separate narratives? Either Emmanuel is someone who is relatable to the situation and a part of the history within 65 years or he is not related to the situation Emmanu el : means God is with us
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course RELI 1001 taught by Professor Eaglen during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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