Texts, Themes, and Theologies: A Response to John Goldingay’s The Theology of the Book of Isaiah

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology
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This review offers a critical reading of John Goldingay’s The Theology of the Book of Isaiah from the author’s perspective as a Pentecostal literary critic and exegete. Focussing on Goldingay’s distinction between meaning and significance, it commends Goldingay’s attention to the difference between the theologies in the book of Isaiah and a variety of theologies which might be seen as arising from the book, and draws out some fundamental questions which Goldingay’s observations pose more broadly for Pentecostal interpreters.

Texts, Themes, and Theologies: A Response to John Goldingay’s The Theology of the Book of Isaiah

in Journal of Pentecostal Theology

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