Interpreting the prophetic tradition. / Introd. by Harry M. Orlinsky.
(The Goldenson lectures, ; 1955-1966)
(Library of Biblical studies.)
|出版者||Cinn. [i.e. Cincinnati] : Hebrew Union College Press|
|大きさ||xii, 343 p. ; 23 cm.|
|内容注記||"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.|
|一般注記||Includes bibliographical references.|
|著者標目||Orlinsky, Harry Meyer,(1908-)|
|件 名||Bible.--O.T.--Addresses, essays, lectures.
Prophecy, Biblical--Addresses, essays, lectures.