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In 4 separate paragraphs please state an observation, question, or comment for each one individually:

1. The book of Isaiah:

The second part of the Tanakh is dedicated to the Prophets, which include the Major prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel, as well as the 12 minor prophets. We are only reading form the Major Prophets and Jonah.

The Great Isaiah looms large in Old Testament, and is frequently referenced in the New Testament. Isaiah is divided into three basic sections, which distinguish the style. For example, first Isaiah is focused on harsh warnings, while Second Isaiah shifts the tone to a more gentle type. Isaiah is historically placed, however, some scholars suggest that others were writing in his name. The prophets are mouthpieces for God: their words come from God. Think about the role these men play in shaping the past, present, and future of Israel.

As you discuss Isaiah, look for meaning and literary devices. Explore metaphors, or similes, or ironies, or allusions and foreshadowings. Be sure to reference chapter and verse.

2. The book of Jeremiah:

Known as the “weeping Prophet”, Jeremiah is a titan in prophecy. What is unique about Jeremiah? Notice how he is chosen. Can you differentiate his style from Isaiah? How?

3. The book of Ezekiel

If you have never read this fascinating prophet you are in for a treat. His vision in the beginning is referenced in major ways in the Revelation to John, as is the Book of Daniel.

Remember that Ezekiel is describing things unknown to him. He uses detailed descriptions which might make more sense to later readers–or not. Try to understand what his audience might have thought. You may even have some ideas about what he was describing.

4. The book of I, II Kings:

These two books were originally one book. Your annotations tell you that Jeremiah is thought to have authored Kings and feature the Deuteronomistic style. We will see good and bad kings, and the prophets who tried to guide them.

Expand your thinking and consider David as the paradigm, his son Solomon and what he achieves. The Temple is a character unto itself. It factors into history from then to now.

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