The Book of Isaiah encapsulates the Gospel. Redemption is the book’s central theme—beginning with the prophet's message of judgment and shifting to themes of deliverance and salvation. It is a prophecy delivered to the nation of Judah, but it is also a timeless message for all peoples.
Our hope is that this study from Eric Alexander will provoke you to study the book more deeply, causing you to ponder Isaiah’s call and commission as well as your own qualification and motivation to say with glad abandon, “Here am I, Lord, please send me!”
Eric J. Alexander has been a minister in the Church of Scotland for over fifty years. He studied at the University of Glasgow, graduating Master of Arts in 1954 and Bachelor of Divinity in 1958. He retired after serving 20 years in the city centre church of St. George's Tron, Glasgow. Throughout his ministry and in his retirement years, he has preached at conferences such as the Keswick Convention and the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. He is the author of Our Great God and Savior and Prayer: A Biblical Perspective, both published by Banner of Truth Trust. He also served as a Council Member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.
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Speaker Eric Alexander