Isaiah’s Literary Style displayed through modern day writing of pen and notebookvideo

Isaiah’s Literary Style

The language of Isaiah was Hebrew, which belongs to the same family of Semitic languages that includes Arabic. Each has its unique alphabet and is read from right to left. When Isaiah wrote Hebrew,...
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Ann Madsen – Why Study Isaiah

Kelsey Wilding:  What made you interested in Isaiah initially? Ann Madsen:  I was a master’s degree student and I was studying the Old Testament and I was going to be teaching the Old Testament, and...
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Ann Madsen – Introduction

Kelsey Wilding:  Hi, today we are talking with Ann Madsen. It's nice to meet you Ann. We're going to get to know a little bit about her, so can you tell us a little...
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Get to Know Isaiah Scholar, Ann N. Madsen

Finding Isaiah Ann N. Madsen has always loved to learn. After living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, while her husband Truman pursued his doctorate at Harvard, they returned to Utah for a teaching position at Brigham Young...