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  1. This is a book that I truly wish I had written. Using an even more thorough methodology than I believed I had used in A Rhetorical Critical Analysis of the Balaam Oracles (my 1981 Ph.D. dissertation), Chris Franke translates, dissects, compares, and analyzes three chapters from Deutero-Isaiah (DIā€”most OT scholars believe that Isaiah 40-55 represent an exilic prophet who writes with a different style than the 8th century prophet, so he is called Second Isaiah and is thought to be a disciple or a

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