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Jesus, the Isaianic Servant: Quotations and Allusions in the Gospel of John
Day, Adam W.

Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias, 2018 pp. xv + 293. $113.00

Series Information
Gorgias Biblical Studies, 67

Description: Scholars have long noted the importance of Isaiah in the Gospel of John, though few have focused exclusively on John's use of Isaiah. The Servant of the Lord from Isaiah has also received much attention over the years, but commentators often only make passing reference to the Servant of the Lord in John. Day provides a systematic analysis of the Isaianic Servant in the Gospel of John.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Prophetic Literature, Isaiah, New Testament, Johannine Literature, John, Literature, Methods, Literary Approaches, New Testament Use of Old Testament

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Review by Daniel J. Brendsel
Published 10/17/2019
Citation: Daniel J. Brendsel, review of Adam W. Day, Jesus, the Isaianic Servant: Quotations and Allusions in the Gospel of John, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2019).

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