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Interpreting the prophetic tradition Interpreting the prophetic tradition.
LCC: BS1505.2 .I5 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 224 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Table Of Contents
"Of a truth the Lord hath sent me": an inquiry into the source of the prophet's authority, by S. H. Blank.
The prophets: our concurrence and our dissent, by A. Cronbach.
The prophet in modern Hebrew literature, by J. B. Agus.
Prophets and philosophers: the scandal of prophecy, by L. H. Silberman.
The voice of prophecy in this satellite age, by E. F. Magnin.
The stone which the modern builders rejected, by L. A. Olan.
Samuel and the beginnings of the prophetic movement, by W. F. Albright.
Prophetic religion in an age of revolution, by L. I. Feuer.
The prophetic criticism of Israelite worship, by J. P. Hyatt.
The so-called "suffering servant" in Isaiah 53, by H. M. Orlinsky.
Jerusalem and the prophets, by R. De Vaux.
The changing image of the prophet in Jewish thought, by B. J. Bamberger.
Authorized Access Point
Orlinsky, Harry Meyer, 1908- Interpreting the prophetic tradition