Isaiah is among the most significant books in the Bible. Although he prophesied during a volatile time in Israel's history, the prophet's impact extends far beyond his 60-year ministry: into the New Testament period, into the present. His inspired writings were so vital to Jesus and the New Testament writers that they quote him more than 400 times.
Isaiah's visions of a broken-hearted Father inviting His children to return to Him and of the imminent arrival of Immanuel provide insight into the very nature of God. Stanley M. Horton, Pentecostal Old Testament theologian, explores the great themes of Isaiah, premier Old Testament prophet.
STANLEY M. HORTON IS A RESPECTED THEOLOGIAN WHO HOLDS DEGREES FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY, GORDON-CONWELL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, AND CENTRAL BIBLE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. HE HAS DEDICATED YEARS TO TEACHING AT CENTRAL BIBLE COLLEGE AND THE ASSEMBLIES OF GOD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI AS WELL AS CLASSES AT SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS DURING HIS EXTENSIVE TRAVELS. Horton HAS MADE A NOTABLE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PENTECOSTAL MOVEMENT THROUGH HIS PROLIFIC WRITINGS AND EDITORIAL WORK ON SUCH BOOKS AS SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY: A PENTECOSTAL PERSPECTIVE, THE FULL LIFE STUDY BIBLE AND THE COMPLETE BIBLICAL LIBRARY
Stanley M. Horton is a respected theologian who holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Harvard University, and Central Bible Theological Seminary. He has dedicated years to teaching at Central Bible College and The Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri, as well as classes at several international schools during his extensive travels. Horton has made a notable contribution to the pentecostal movement through his prolific writings and editorial work on such books as A Systematic Theology: A Pentecostal Perspective, The Full Life Study Bible and The Complete Biblical Library.