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3 had especial significance. These passages bring into clear relief what is a dominant theme all through: the theme of judgment upon a sinful people as the inevitable and indispensable, but also the certain, prelude to redemption, renewal, or resurrection. 9-10, repeatedly cited or echoed by New Testament writers, to whom it appears to have been known in at least two Greek versions (see pp. 36-39). John, as we have seen, refers to the context in which the prophecy appears— Isaiah's vision of the glory of the Lord.
16 (see pp. 41-43). But this is not the only place in this chapter to which early Christian thinkers gave attention. 1213, "Fear not their fear ... 14-15. 13 (under the rubric λέγων). 13 (see p. 20). 9. 8, 10, we have the watchword לאונמע, which the LXX here renders µεθ' ἡνῶν ὁ θεός. 14, where the LXX transliterates without translating. 23 under the rubric, τὸ ῥηθὲν ὑπὸ κυρίου διὰ τοῦ προφήτου. 8, 10. His interest in the idea of "God-with-us" is probably to be traced also in the closing verse of this gospel, where ἐγὼ µεθ' ὑµῶν takes the place of µεθ' ἡνῶν ὁ θεός—appropriately enough, since the Lord who is to be with His Church perpetually is "Immanuel" in the full sense.
John, as we have seen, refers to the context in which the prophecy appears— Isaiah's vision of the glory of the Lord. 8. We need therefore have no hesitation in setting down the whole of chapter vi as a scripture to which the early Church readily turned for testimony, inspiration, and instruction. 16 (see pp. 41-43). But this is not the only place in this chapter to which early Christian thinkers gave attention. 1213, "Fear not their fear ... 14-15. 13 (under the rubric λέγων). 13 (see p. 20). 9.
According to the Scriptures;: The sub-structure of New Testament theology (Stone lectures) by C. H. Dodd