The Hebrew Prophets: Visionaries of the Ancient World

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Lawrence Boadt
Palgrave Macmillan, 1999 M06 16 - 220 páginas
The prophets of the Ancient world were mystics whose words have transcended the ages. In this collection, Biblical scholars look at passages from the writings of the period, from Isaiah's portrayal of the suffering Messiah to Daniel's dream of the Ancient of Days pronouncing judgment on the earth, to show their importance for us today.
 

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The Hebrew prophets: visionaries of the ancient world

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Armed with forewords by the likes of John Updike and Desmond Tutu, this splendid new series re-introduces the Bible through its pervasive cultural presence. Each volume includes an informative and ... Leer comentario completo

The Hebrew prophets: visionaries of the ancient world

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Armed with forewords by the likes of John Updike and Desmond Tutu, this splendid new series re-introduces the Bible through its pervasive cultural presence. Each volume includes an informative and ... Leer comentario completo

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Introduction
9
The Hebrew Prophets in Literature
17
Prophets before the Exile
49
Prophets during the Exile
135
Prophets after the Exile
175
Daniel
211
Index of Primary Sources
219
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Lawernce Boadt is a scholar of Biblical literature living in the U.K.

Bishop Desmond Tutu is a clergyman and political activist living in South Africa.

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