The End from the Beginning
The writing of the ancient prophet Isaiah-encoded by literary devices-reveal a vision of the end of the world and the bring to lights parts of Hebrew religion that were lost. New literary evidence in the Book of Isaiah bridges the gap between the Old and New Testaments and establishes and endtime setting for Isaiah's prophecy. The end is foretold by events that occurred in the beginning, the future mirroring the past. Isaiah's literary structures-by making archetypes of Zion and Babylon and their two kings-tell of a dramatic contest between good and evil that will take place at the end of the world. Paperback, 251 pages.