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Thomas Kelly Cheyne, D.D., Litt.D.

Oriel Professor of the Interpretation of Scripture, Oxford University, and Canon of Rochester Cathedral, England; Coeditor of "Encyclopedia Biblica"; Oxford, England.

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ISAIAH – Biblical Data: The greatest of the Hebrew prophets of whom literary monuments remain. He resided at Jerusalem, and so contrasts with Micah, the prophet of the country districts. He was married (Isa. viii. 3), and had children...
ISAIAH, BOOK OF – Illuminated Page of Isaiah from a Manuscript Bible, Said to Be of the Twelfth Century.(Lately in the possession of Henriques de Castro, Amsterdam.)The chief note of the Book of Isaiah is variety—variety of tone, of style, of...