A critical and exegetical commentary on the book of Isaiah 1-39. 40-66

A critical and exegetical commentary on the book of Isaiah 1-39. 40-66

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BCrititalanfr0n Srritxtris 0f (jplfrMUNDER THE EDITORSHIP OFTHE REV. CHARLES AUGUSTUS D.D.BRIGGS,andProfessor of Theological Encyclopedia SymbolicsUnion New York Seminary,THE REV. SAMUEL ROLLES D.D.DRIVER,Regius Professor ofHebrew, OxfordTHE REV. ALFRED D.D.PLUMMER, M.A.,Late Master Durhamof University College,InternationalTheCritical Commentaryof the Old andOn the Holy ScripturesNew TestamentsEDITORS' PREFACEare now before the Commentaries,public manyof awritten British and American divines, popularbyTHEREBibleor homiletical character. The Cambridge forand Privatethe Handbooks Bible Classes Students,Schools, forTheThe CommentarySpeaker's Commentary, Popular (Schaff),1theirThe s and other similar haveseries,Bible,Expositornot enter into theand But dospecial place theyimportance.such series offield of Critical Biblical scholarship occupied byHandbuch zumCommentaries as the Kurzgefasstes exegetischesA. T. De Wette's zum;N. T. Kommentar Keil and;; Meyer's Kritisch-exegetischerDelitzsch's Biblischer Commentar uber das A. T. ; Lange'sHandkommentarBibelwerk Nowack's;Theologisch-homiletischeszum N. T. SeveralA. T. Holtzmann's Handkommentar zum;of these have been and in some casesedited,translated, enlargedand for the others are in;adapted, English-speaking publicof translation. But series Britishnoprocess bycorrespondingor American divines has hitherto been The haswayproduced.been Commentaries Ellicott,prepared by special Cheyne,byand ...

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B Critital anfr0n Srritxtris 0f (jplfrM UNDER THE EDITORSHIP OF THE REV. CHARLES AUGUSTUS D.D.BRIGGS, andProfessor of Theological Encyclopedia Symbolics Union New York Seminary, THE REV. SAMUEL ROLLES D.D.DRIVER, Regius Professor ofHebrew, Oxford THE REV. ALFRED D.D.PLUMMER, M.A., Late Master Durhamof University College, InternationalThe Critical Commentary of the Old andOn the Holy Scriptures New Testaments EDITORS' PREFACE are now before the Commentaries,public many of awritten British and American divines, popularbyTHERE Bibleor homiletical character. The Cambridge for and Privatethe Handbooks Bible Classes Students,Schools, for TheThe CommentarySpeaker's Commentary, Popular (Schaff), 1 theirThe s and other similar haveseries,Bible,Expositor not enter into theand But dospecial place theyimportance. such series offield of Critical Biblical scholarship occupied by Handbuch zumCommentaries as the Kurzgefasstes exegetisches A. T. De Wette's zum; N. T. Kommentar Keil and;; Meyer's Kritisch-exegetischer Delitzsch's Biblischer Commentar uber das A. T. ; Lange's HandkommentarBibelwerk Nowack's;Theologisch-homiletisches zum N. T. SeveralA. T. Holtzmann's Handkommentar zum; of these have been and in some casesedited,translated, enlarged and for the others are in ;adapted, English-speaking public of translation. But series Britishnoprocess bycorresponding or American divines has hitherto been The haswayproduced. been Commentaries Ellicott,prepared by special Cheyne,by and theandKalisch, others;Lightfoot, Perowne, Westcott, time has in the this enter-of the ofcome, judgment projectors when it is combine British and Americantoprise, practicable scholars in the of aproduction critical, comprehensive that will be abreast ofmodern biblicalCommentary scholarship, and in a measure lead its van. INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL COMMENTARYTHE Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons of New and Messrs.York, to suchT. & T. Clark of a seriesEdinburgh, propose publish on and New underof Commentaries the Old theTestaments, of Prof. C. A. in andeditorship BRIGGS, D.D., D.Litt, America, S. R. for the Oldof Prof. andDRIVER, D.D., D.Litt., Testament, the Rev. ALFRED for the New inPLUMMER, D.D., Great Britain. will be international andThe Commentaries inter-confessional, will be free from and ecclesiastical bias.and polemical They will be based a critical of the textsstudy originalupon thorough of the and critical methods ofBible, interpretation.upon They are for students and and will beclergymen,designed chiefly written in a Each book will be anprecededcompact style. by the results of criticism and discuss-it,Introduction, stating upon the still The detailsimpartially questions remaining open.ing of criticism will in their in the of theappear proper place body willEach section of the Text be introducedCommentary. with a or of contents. Technical detailsparaphrase, summary as aof textual and criticism bewill, rule,philological kept character indistinct from matter of a more and thegeneral ; will be as farOld Testament the notes asarranged,exegetical not withso as to be serviceable to studentspossible, acquainted willHebrew. The of of the Books beInterpretationHistory with criticaldealt when in the Introductions,with, necessary, notices ofthe most literature ofthe Historicalimportant subject. of Biblicaland as well as questionsArchaeological questions, are included in the of the butCommentaries,Theology, plan will con-not Practical or Homiletical The VolumesExegesis. stitute a uniform series.