Every book of the Bible is full of transcendent truth and the book of Isaiah is certainly no exception. However, many Christians find themselves intimidated by the length, complexity, and mystery of this great prophetic work. In this six-week study, Dr. John Oswalt helps us understand the big picture of Isaiah and the relevant truths God intends to communicate to His people through it. Dr. Oswalt’s faithful treatment of the text will benefit the new believer and the long-time Christian alike—so that all of God’s people may be enriched, encouraged, and challenged by this great Old Testament book.
Session 1: Isaiah 1-6 | Unclean Lips (34 min.)
Session 2: Isaiah 7-12 | Trust Me (27 min.)
Session 3: Isaiah 13-37 | Lessons in Trust (36 min.)
Session 4: Isaiah 38-48 | Grace: The Motive for Servanthood (40 min.)
Session 5: Isaiah 49-55 | Grace: The Means of Servanthood (35 min.)
Session 6: Isaiah 56-66 | Transformed Lives: The Mark of Servanthood (30 min.)
Booklet includes discussion questions and more information.
About Dr. John Oswalt:
Dr. Oswalt is an American scholar and distinguished professor of Old Testament. He is the author of eleven books, most notable of which is the two-volume commentary on the book of Isaiah in the New International Commentary of the Old Testament. Dr. Oswalt is an ordained minister in the United Methodist Church, with membership in the Kentucky Annual Conference. He holds a B.A. from Taylor University, a B.D. and Th.M. from Asbury Theological Seminary, and a M.A. and Ph.D. from Brandeis University.