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McGINNIS AND TULL: REMEMBERING THE FORMER THINGS 25 As the Protestant Reformation movement drew a variety of followers and began to splinter into opposing groups, diﬀerent approaches to the exegesis of Isaiah emerged. In her contribution to this volume, “ ‘Becoming a Part of Israel’: John Calvin’s Exegesis of Isaiah,” Amy Plantinga Pauw explores the interpretation of Isaiah during this period with a focus on John Calvin. Like some of his medieval predecessors, Calvin read Hebrew and showed familiarity with rabbinic exegesis.
On the other extreme, G. B. ” It seems to me that he is correct in his suspicions but is looking into the face of the wrong tradent. Other commentators follow the suggestion of H. D. ” In addition to the plural %QE , a second exploitable detail in these verses is the uncommon aﬃrmation that the Lord enters into judgment “with the elders of his people, and his princes” (Isa 3:14). In at least one exegetical tradition, these elders and princes come not to be judged but to judge. 13 Referring to the variant targumic reading, Chilton writes: “bring into judgment” followed by the sign of the accusative (instead of “with”) is the reading of Reuchlinianus, the First and Second Rabbinic Bibles, the Antwerp Polyglot, and Ms.
See, representatively, Die Alten Textzeugen des Jesajabuches (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1981), 33–60 (“Aktualisierende Interpretation”); “The Old Greek of Isaiah 19:16–25,” in Sixth Congress of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies, Jerusalem, 1986 (ed. C. E. Cox; SBLSCS 23; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1987), 127–66; “ ‘The Servant of the Lord’: A Particular Group of Jews in Egypt according to the Old Greek of Isaiah: Some Comments on LXX -29- 30 “AS THOSE WHO ARE TAUGHT” Jews and their destiny are privileged over Gentiles and theirs.