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Isaiah 37:23

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37:23 Whom have you taunted and hurled insults at?

At whom have you shouted

and looked so arrogantly? 1 

At the Holy One of Israel! 2 

Isaiah 37:28-29

Context

37:28 I know where you live

and everything you do

and how you rage against me. 3 

37:29 Because you rage against me

and the uproar you create has reached my ears, 4 

I will put my hook in your nose, 5 

and my bridle between your lips,

and I will lead you back

the way you came.”

1 tn Heb “and lifted your eyes on high?” Cf. NIV “lifted your eyes in pride”; NRSV “haughtily lifted your eyes.”

2 sn See the note on the phrase “the Holy One of Israel” in 1:4.

3 tc Heb “your going out and your coming in and how you have raged against me.” Several scholars have suggested that this line is probably dittographic (note the beginning of the next line). However, most English translations include the statement in question at the end of v. 28 and the beginning of v. 29. Interestingly, the LXX does not have this clause at the end of v. 28 and the Qumran scroll 1QIsaa does not have it at the beginning of v. 29. In light of this ambiguous manuscript evidence, it appears best to retain the clause in both verses.

4 tc Heb “and your complacency comes up into my ears.” The parallelism is improved if שַׁאֲנַנְךָ (shaanankha, “your complacency”) is emended to שְׁאוֹנְךָ (shÿonÿkha, “your uproar”). See M. Cogan and H. Tadmor, II Kings (AB), 237-38. However, the LXX seems to support the MT and Sennacherib’s cavalier dismissal of Yahweh depicts an arrogant complacency (J. N. Oswalt, Isaiah [NICOT], 1:658, n. 10).

5 sn The word-picture has a parallel in Assyrian sculpture. See M. Cogan and H. Tadmor, II Kings (AB), 238.



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