Author(s): Kirk Patston
Kirk Patston opens up the complex and majestic book of Isaiah in a commentary, perfectly suited for everyday reading and reference. Drawing out what this book would have meant to Israel in different periods of its history, Kirk highlights the themes of danger, trust, transformation and judgment which run throughout. In Isaiah, we enter a different age. The magnificent book serves as the opening scene for the world-shaking themes the prophets will deliver for hundreds of years. A lecturer at Sydney Missionary and Bible College for the past 11 years, Kirk's vivid interest in Isaiah is clear throughout this clear and approachable work.