Heavenly Visions of the Prophets: Isaiah 65
a verse by verse exposition of the chapter
recorded in 13 one-hour segments
This verse-by-verse exegesis of Isaiah 65, the well-known "New Heaven and New Earth" passage, has been our privilege. If this were to ever be transcribed, it would certainly be a lengthy book. So consider this an audio book without the formality. We have spent thirteen solid hours discussing Isaiah 65, using the analogy of Scripture for our interpretation. We have not reversed that hermeneutic. We have thoroughly dissected this chapter, perhaps not to the point of exhaustion but in more detail and with more precision than any commentary we have ever read on the chapter. In our opinion, this is the most definitive, detailed, and practically relevant exposition of chapter 65 there is, and it is unabashedly preterist in its hermeneutic. More importantly, however, this exposition is unabashedly about finding fulfillment in the person and work of Jesus Christ. If we seem presumptuous in our assessment of this commentary as the most definitive exegesis of this chapter, it is because we have not found a commentary that elucidates this chapter even remotely close to the detail that we have. We believe our exegesis is sound, and, preeminently, exalts Jesus Christ. It is charitably, but nevertheless defiantly and exegetically anti-dispensational, and with razor-sharp precision exposes the misguided fallacy of literal and futuristic interpretations. It also decisively breaks down the faulty logic of postmillennial reconstructionism and theonomy. We strongly encourage you to listen to all thirteen parts. We are sure you will be blessed.
--Ward Fenely and Tami Jelinek