S.W. Flynn, «Where Is YHWH in Isaiah 57,14-15?», Vol. 87 (2006) 358-370
This study suggests a reading of Isaiah 57, 14-15 in the Hebrew Bible which goes against the theological Tendenz of some Versions and the interpretation of some contemporary scholars. It explores how both the Versions and contemporary scholarship have interpreted the passage, draws a parallel between the two interpretations, and suggests that their either/or distinction of what the passage means may not reflect the complex nature of sacred space and Divine Presence in the BH. This study suggests that the text holds two meanings that are complementary. Yet these meanings are placed in a respective foreground and background which reveals their levels of emphasis intended by the author/redactor of Trito-Isaiah.