Table of contents for The overture of the book of Consolations : (Isa. 40:1-11) / Peter Damian Akpunonu.


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DEDICATION	2
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT	3
ABBREVIATION OF TERMS	6
ABBREVIATION OF TITLES OF BOOKS AND JOURNALS	7-8
INTRODUCTION	9-14
CHAPTER 1	15-41
          THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND TO THE OVERTURE OF DEUTERO-ISAIAH	15
          THE RISE OF THE NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE	15-25
          THE EXILE	25-34
          THE FALL OF THE NEO-BABYLONIAN EMPIRE	34-35
          THE RISE OF CYRUS...............................................................35-37          
          CYRUS AND MARDUK	37-40
CHAPTER 2	42-66
          THE LITERARY ANALYSIS OF DEUTERO-ISAIAH	42
          THE PERSONALITY OF DEUTERO-ISAIAH	42-44
          THE STYLE OF DEUTERO-ISAIAH	44-46
          LITERARY GENRES IN DEUTERO-ISAIAH	46-47
          SALVATION ORACLE	47-49
          ANNOUNCEMENT OF SALVATION	49-51
          JUDGMENT SPEECH	51-52
          ARGUMENT	52-53
          HYMN	53-54
          ROYAL ORACLE	54-55
          SPEECH FORMS IN PROPHECY	55-56
          PROPHETIC SPEECH	56-60
          WORD OF COMFORT	60-61
          HEBREW POETRY	61-62
          THE QINAH METER	63-64
CHAPTER 3	67-76
          THE OVERTURE	67
          THE OVERTURE OF THE BOOK OF CONSOLATIONS	67-71
          THE DIVINE COUNCIL	71-74
          CONCLUSION	74-75
CHAPTER 4	77-87
          THE THEOLOGY OF CONSOLATION	77-79
          NHM IN THE PIEL	79-81
          COMFORT IN THE LXX	81-82
          DIVINE COMFORT	82-84
          DIVINE COMFORT IN JUDAISM	84-85
          CONCLUSION	85-87
CHAPTER 5	88-153
          THE EXEGESIS	88-89
          VV COMFORT	89-109
          VV 3-5 HIGHWAY FOR YAHWEH	109-120
          VV 6-8 THE EVER-ABIDING GOD	120-130
          VV 9-10 JERUSALEM/ZION: BEARER OF GOOD TIDINGS	130-140
          V 11 THE SHEPHERD	140-153
CONCLUSION	154-156
PRIMARY SOURCES AND REFERENCE WORKS	157-160
BIBLIOGRAPHY	161-167
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Bible, O, T, Isaiah XL, 1-11 Criticism, interpretation, etc, Bible, O, T, Isaiah XL-LV History of contemporary events, Consolation in the Bible, Jews History Babylonian captivity, 598-515 B, C