Anti-Cultic Theology in Christian Biblical Interpretation
challenges the widely held view that Isaiah 66:1-4 is a prophetic
indictment against temple worship. Through critical analysis of
representative interpretations from the Patristic Era, the writings
of Martin Luther, and Modern Biblical Scholarship the book reveals
the anti-cultic interpretation of these verses to be theologically
motivated. The author argues instead that Isaiah 66 contrasts
divine and human nature rather than cultic and spiritual worship.
This work contributes to the subject of Jewish-Christian relations
in a unique way, grounding the discussion of anti-Jewish
interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in the analysis of a particular
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