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The 'Two' Books of Isaiah | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/article/4188/299/
... two verses introduce the so-called book of "Deutero-Isaiah," which biblical critics (who deny that prophecy can be fulfilled) claim was written by a second Isaiah simply because it contains prophetic claims which have come to pass....
Isaiah 40:22
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/40/22
... stretcheth out the heavens. This phrase is possibly a reference to the expanding universe, as envisioned by modern astronomers. There are numerous references in Scripture to the “stretching-out,” or “spreading-out” of the heavens...
Isaiah 45:18
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/45/18
... 45:18. 45:18 not in vain. Since the word here for “in vain” is the Hebrew tohu, this verse has been made the main proof text (actually pretext!) for the so- called “gap theory,” which attempts to add billions of years of the history...
Isaiah 26:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/26/3
... perfect peace. “Perfect peace” (Hebrew shalom, shalom) is, literally “peace, peace.” This is “peace that passeth all understanding” (Philippians 4:7). The specific application is to the faithful in Israel during the great...
Isaiah 40:31
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/40/31
... 40:31. 40:31 wait upon the LORD. The Hebrew word for “wait upon” does not mean “serve,” but rather “wait for” or “look for.” It was used by Jacob in Genesis 49:18, when he cried out, “I have waited for thy salvation, O...
Isaiah 43:7
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/43/7
... It was “for my glory!” See also Revelation 4:11. Isaiah 43:7. 43:7 made him. Note that man is “created,” “formed” and “made.” Compare Genesis 1:26-27;...
Isaiah 7:14
http://www.icr.org/bible/isaiah/7/14
Satan and redeem not only the House of David but all mankind. Isaiah...
Isaiah 40
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/40
... verse begins the second part of Isaiah's prophecy. By a remarkable providential arrangement, it is noteworthy that the two divisions of Isaiah ( chapters 1–39 and 40–66) contain thirty-nine and twenty-seven chapters, respectively,...
Isaiah 55:9
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isaiah/55/9
... 55:9. 55:9 higher than the earth. This analogy, comparing the infinite thoughts of God to the very finite thoughts of man, would suggest that the heavens are infinitely higher than the earth. There is no end to space. About the New...
Isaiah 28:9-10
http://www.icr.org/bible/Isa/28/9-10
... 28:10. 28:10 precept upon precept. In the midst of this pronouncement of “ Woe” or “death” upon the drunkards that were destroying the northern kingdom of Israel (“Ephraim”), the prophet asks whether any can be taught knowledge...
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