Search Isaiah sits down with Shon Hopkin and ask if there's any controversy surrounding the book of Isaiah.

Shon Hopkin – Controversy Surrounding the Book of Isaiah

Ken Krogue:  There are some pretty big differences in point of view. Shon Hopkin: Sure. Ken Krogue: We found that there are some very controversial things.  We thought Isaiah was going to be boring.  It's not. Shon...
Search Isaiah ask Shon Hopkin, what are questions are Millennials asking about Isaiah.

Shon Hopkin – What are Millennials Asking?

Ken Krogue:  We've been watching who is going to our website, who is reading and right now, it's us old guys.  Old gals. We're trying to get to...you're teaching this younger generation.  What are...
Search Isaiah asking BYU professor Shon Hopkin asking if publishing in the secular world is difficult.

Shon Hopkin – Publishing in a Secular World

Ken Krogue:  I learned, and I didn't know a lot about the structure you, as scholars live with.  I learned at BYU that about eighty percent of the scholars are more research based, and...
Search Isaiah - Ann Madsen - Metaphors vs. Idioms in the Book of Isaiah

Ann Madsen – Metaphors vs. Idioms in the Book of Isaiah

Kelsey Wilding:  What's the difference between idioms and metaphors? Ann Madsen:  A metaphor is something that stands for something else, that it...I explained it in one of the first lectures in class that you say,...
Search Isaiah - Shon Hopkin - Three Things I Want to Accomplish When Teaching Isaiah

Shon Hopkin – Three Things I Want to Accomplish When Teaching Isaiah

Ken Krogue:  So, let's get to yours. Shon Hopkin: The flavors? Ken Krogue: Yes. Shon Hopkin: Yes, so, my goal, when I teach Isaiah, and in this harmony that we've produced, it's their number one, I want...
Opening Isaiah: A Harmony written by Shon Hopkin and Ann Madsen to help make Isaiah easier to study.

Shon Hopkin – The Start of Opening Isaiah: A Harmony with Ann Madsen

Ken Krogue:  Now, when we were introduced to you, we got to meet you and Ann Madsen. Shon Hopkin: Yeah. Ken Krogue: Tell us about that connection. Shon Hopkin: So, Ann is a wonderful friend, a very...
Shon Hopkin discusses the top 5 questions students ask about the Book of Isaiah

Shon Hopkin – Top 5 Questions About Isaiah

Ken Krogue:  List just the top five questions that you could ask in class? What do they ask you? Shon Hopkin: So, they always...they want to know, how can I understand this in my day,...
Search Isaiah - Ann Madsen - Relatable Passages and Metaphors

Ann Madsen – Relatable Passages and Metaphors

Kelsey Wilding:  So, when you teach students are there like passages, that are 'aha' moments for them? Ann Madsen:  Oh yes. Kelsey Wilding: Do you have one that really hits hard? Ann Madsen: Well, it's different for...
Isaiah Scholar Shon Hopkin Explains Why Isaiah is so Hard to Understand in the Modern Day

Shon Hopkin – Why is Isaiah Hard to Understand

 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,...
Isaiah Scholar Shon Hopkin Explains why Isaiah is Important

Shon Hopkin – Why Isaiah

Ken Krogue:  Why in the world did you choose to get involved with Isaiah, and maybe some of your... I mean, why is this thing such a question mark? Shon Hopkin: Yeah, well, so I...