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Sheppard, ‘The Book of Isaiah as a Human Witness’, p. 75 The understanding of this ‘Fear not’ oracle probably is the key to the structure and testimony of the book, for in the Ahaz episode (7) the future Assyrian invasion is announced, which then happens under Hezekiah (36–38). 77 The entire book, claims Conrad, may be concerned with this: strengthening the addressees in their expectation of redemption from Babylon. 78 While it is indeed undisputed that the episodes about Ahaz and Hezekiah should be read in close relation to each other, this does not allow one to deduce their presumed central importance for the structure and message of the whole book.

152 In view of the different redaction-critical attempts to shed light on the genesis of the book, Becker holds that only a separation 146. Wiklander, Prophecy as Literature, p. 154. 147. Wiklander, Prophecy as Literature, p. 156. 148. Wiklander, Prophecy as Literature, p. 331. 149. Wiklander, Prophecy as Literature, p. 26; taken from Breuer, ‘Die Bedeutung’, p. 31. 150. Wiklander, Prophecy as Literature, p. 243. 151. J. Becker, Isaias, p. 33. 152. J. Becker, Isaias, p. 33. 153 On the one hand, this does not do justice to the diachronic complexity of the book,154 and on the other hand, he ‘proves’ the unity of the book with a proposed unified final redaction.

156. J. Becker, Isaias, p. 42. 157. Cf. U. Becker, Jesaja, p. ’ 158. Clements, ‘Unity’, pp. 117-29. 1. 162 The new interpretation of Isaiah’s oracles in the period following the exile determines finally the unity of the book; establishing unity is fundamentally the confession of the ever authoritative and powerful word of God. 5-8) to the oracle of comfort points to the near end of the Babylonian captivity; the period of exile with the destruction of Jerusalem has been left blank. This empty place is of great import for the question of unity and thus of the message of the book of Isaiah.

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