Chapter 13 Discovering the Bible
2. eoitneFgrll ________________
3. leisHosn ________________
4. asiIha ________________
5. trgiFohntell ________________
6. Uiazhz ________________
7. ailhEj ________________
_____ What our textbook calls "the greatest prophetic book in the Old Testament." This book contains more material about the Messiah than any other Old Testament writing.
_____ One of the "non-writing" or noncanonical prophets (this is the prophet who challenged the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel).
_____ A king whom Isaiah counseled. As we learned from a video, it was this king who withstood an Assyrian siege of Jerusalem in part because of a water tunnel he built.
_____ The aspect or function of prophetic ministry which challenges people to repent and restore their relationship with God
_____ A characteristic of God that is a dominant theme in Isaiah.
_____ The King who died the year Isaiah heard a call from God
_____ The aspect or feature of prophetic ministry in which there are predictions or announcements made about the future
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