Ken Krogue: Let's talk about...again, one of the things I do...my background is social and digital media, and I want to make Isaiah cool.
Shon Hopkin: Yeah.
Ken Krogue: I want to get it out there,...
In the introduction to their book, Opening Isaiah—a Harmony, Shon Hopkin and Ann Madsen explain 7 kinds of parallelism in Hebrew poetry as presented in the Book of Isaiah, where ideas, not rhyme, are compared and contrasted.
Shon D. Hopkin’s interest in Isaiah began in 1996 while studying at the Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center.
“My time studying in Jerusalem lit a fire that eventually led me to a Ph.D. in Hebrew...