The Prophecy of Isaiah is so much more than the excerpts you hear at Christmas. It’s a story of war and politics, of defiance in the face of utter despair, and of faith when everything you believed in—even the city of God—comes crumbling to the ground. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan tells the story of this enigmatic genius from the 8th century BC.

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  1. Jules PA Member
    Jules PA
    @JulesPA

    You have won me. Is this podcast every Tuesday we get to be with you?

    Don’t tell that other Klavan guy, but I listened to yours first today in my list of required listening.  😁 and I simply love him. So that says a lot. 

    Don’t be self-conscious about pronouncing Isaiah. I like Isaiiiiah. Don’t change. 

    Thank you…you are water in a desert, especially in quarantine.

    Have a great day. 

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  2. Hank Rhody, Badgeless Bandito Contributor
    Hank Rhody, Badgeless Bandito
    @HankRhody

    The call of Isaiah is one of my favorite passages in all the Bible.

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  3. Nohaaj Coolidge
    Nohaaj
    @Nohaaj

    Well Done.  As an almost non-involved life-long Catholic, you might realize we don’t do the bible, but we have perfected the genuflection. Your historical perspective is marvelous.  

     

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  4. Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… Member
    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio…
    @ArizonaPatriot

    Great podcast.  Thanks.

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  5. dicentra Member
    dicentra
    @dicentra

    Superlative. I’d listen to you read the phone book.

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