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TIMELINE OF PROPHETS

9TH CENTURY BC PROPHETS

Elijah

Elisha

8TH CENTURY BC PROPHETS

Jonah

Amos

Hosea

Micah

Isaiah

PROPHETS FROM BEFORE AND DURING THE TIME OF THE BABYLONIAN DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM (586 BC)

Nahum

Zephaniah

Joel(?)

Habakkuk

Jeremiah

Obadiah

Ezekiel

Daniel

LATE 6TH CENTURY BC PROPHETS

Haggai

Zechariah

Joel(?)

5TH CENTURY BC PROPHET

Malachi

Isaiah

How to Read the Bible Book by Book Orienting Data for Isaiah

ORIENTING DATA FOR ISAIAH

■ Content: Yahweh’s sovereign majesty and redemptive love, revealed in his dealings with his chosen people the Israelites, who are destined for both judgment and salvation, in which the nations will also be included

■ Prophet: Isaiah of Jerusalem

■ Date of prophetic activity: from about 740 to 687 B.C. (see 1:1)

■ Emphases: the holiness, majesty, and righteousness of Yahweh; the compassion and saving mercy of Yahweh; the central role of Israel in Yahweh’s plans for the nations and the world; the central role of Zion in these plans; the redemptive role of God’s suffering servant; the glorious final future God has in store for those who are his

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