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By Dave Mathewson
In this e-book the writer makes an attempt to maneuver past in basic terms settling on and substantiating OT allusions in Revelation to contemplating how the presence of OT allusions and echoes impacts studying Rev. 21.1-22.5 and the way the OT capabilities in the context of the full paintings. the writer concludes number of semantic results spring to mind by means of the author's non-stop intertextual attract the OT: new construction, new exodus, new Jerusalem, new covenant, bridge, new temple-priesthood, paradise restored and renewed, inclusion of the countries, prophetic legitimization. the varied allusions functionality to form the reader's belief of eschatological hope.
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14-41. 76. Moyise, Old Testament, pp. 18-19. 77. A. Thiselton, New Horizons in Hermeneutics (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992), p. 39. Thiselton cites Revelation as the clearest example of this. 78. By referring to the reading process I do not wish to substitute a 'reading' paradigm for a paradigm of 'understanding' or 'interpretation'. As Thiselton warns, ' "Reading" as a term without semantic opposition seems neutral and innocent; but as a contrastive term to "interpretation" or "understanding" the newer paradigm shifts the focus from epistemological communication and interpretive judgment to semiotic effect, with some considerable loss for biblical scholarship and for the status of the Bible itself (New Horizons, p.
93-94. 21. Cf. the LXX which includes the definite article before heaven and earth: EGTCX i yap 6 oupavbs Kcnvbs Ken r\ yfj KCCIVT\. Isa. 22 which also includes the definite article. 34 A New Heaven and a New Earth structural order for Rev. 1 -2: (1) new heaven and new earth (Isa. 17a/ Rev. 1a); (2) the former things (Isa. 17b/Rev. 1b); (3) and the city Jerusalem (Isa. 18b/Rev. 2). In its context Isa. 17-25 depicts a time when the distress of the old situation of troubles caused by the exile (v.
1 -2: (1) new heaven and new earth (Isa. 17a/ Rev. 1a); (2) the former things (Isa. 17b/Rev. 1b); (3) and the city Jerusalem (Isa. 18b/Rev. 2). In its context Isa. 17-25 depicts a time when the distress of the old situation of troubles caused by the exile (v. 16b), a situation characterized by crying (v. 19b), premature death (v. 20), and vain labor (w. 22-23), will be replaced by a new order inaugurated by a new creative act of Yahweh. Isa. 17 recapitulates the vocabulary and thought of earlier texts such as Isa.