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M. Leske, “Isaiah and Matthew: The Prophetic Influence in the First Gospel: A Report on Current Research,” in Jesus and the Suffering Servant: Isaiah 53 and Christian Origins (ed. W. Bellinger and W. : Trinity Press International, 1998), 152–69. 62. Rikki E. Watts, Isaiah’s New Exodus and Mark (WUNT 2/88; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1977). : BIBAL, 1994); and Sharyn Dowd, “Reading Mark Reading Isaiah,” LTQ 30 (1995): 133–43. On the use of Isaiah in Luke-Acts, see J. Severino Croatto, “La elaboración lucana de la alegoria de la viña de Isaías 5,1–7 (Lucas 20,9–12),” RBB 64 (2002): 193–204; Frans Neirynck, “Q 6,20b–21; 7,22 and Isaiah 61,” in The Scriptures in the Gospels (ed.
This was the case even during the texts’ formation; see Michael Fishbane, Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985). 4. This feature has been widely discussed. See especially I. L. Seeligmann, The LXX Version of Isaiah (Leiden: Brill, 1948). Arie van der Kooij has written extensively on the topic. See, representatively, Die Alten Textzeugen des Jesajabuches (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1981), 33–60 (“Aktualisierende Interpretation”); “The Old Greek of Isaiah 19:16–25,” in Sixth Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Jerusalem, 1986 (ed.
This work is a translation from the series Martin Luthers Werke: Kritische Gesamtausgabe (Weimarer Ausgabe; Weimar: Bohlau, 1883–). 93. See Childs, Struggle to Understand Isaiah, 181–204, for a detailed description of Luther’s hermeneutics, methods, and theological assumptions as portrayed in his interpretation of Isaiah. For a critical examination of Luther’s prophetic interpretation of the Psalms, see Preus, From Shadow to Promise, 153–271. See also Jesse B. Renninger, “A Study of Selected Isaianic Passages in the Wormser Propheten Übersetzung of 1527 and Luther’s Isaiah of 1528,” in Light unto My Path: Old Testament Studies in Honor of Jacob M.