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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  • 1 University of Birmingham, UK

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.

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