Scholarship on Isaiah tends to be introductory or overly specialized, making the distance between the two seemingly overwhelming. This book Interpreting Isaiah is a bridge across that chasm. This book accomplishes two goals. First, it orients the reader to the major thematic, theological, historical, and textual issues in Isaiah. These include, Monotheism in Isaiah, The Texts of Isaiah at Qumran, Faith in Isaiah, and Isaiah and the New Testament. Second, the book provides 3 case studies on particular texts from Isaiah currently in debate. These texts include, 9.1-7; 42.1-9; and 61.1-3. These include works from leading scholars such as John Goldingay, Paul Wegner, Rikk Watts, and Phillip Johnston.