Located on the front of the historic Trinity Church in Boston are sculptures of six men. At the center are four Gospel writers, who are flanked on the right by Paul the Apostle and on the left by Isaiah the prophet. Isaiah's presence in this distinguished company speaks volumes about the importance of this Hebrew prophet to the church. In this Holman Old Testament Commentary, Trent C. Butler has made this Mount Everest of Bible prophecy accessible to those who teach and preach. Dr. Butler brings to bear both linguistic and historical insights to understand Isaiah in his own context and to discern the application of his prophecy in our time. Also coming soon in this series are volumes discussing Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers.Theologically, the Holman Old Testament Commentary Series is conservative evangelical. You do not need to know Greek orHebrew to benefit from this collection. Geared for students,teachers, and pastors this series is organized in a section-by-section format based on the NIV. The expositional and applicational perspective used in these works makes them extremely valuable resources for anyone.