The Prophets: The Assyrian Period, Vol. 1

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"An excellent introduction to the prophets and the prophetic literature?The goal of the book is to understand the thought of the prophets in their historical contexts, and to communicate that understanding for our time. Its approach, while innovative, builds upon he best of contemporary analysis of the prophetic literature."--Gene M. TuckerCandler School of TheologyEmory University"Koch's first volume on the prophets of ancient Israel displays his sound and creative scholarship and will fill a bibliographical gap?He displays the individuality of each prophet with perceptive insight, but he also compares and interrelates them in his various summaries. Furthermore, Koch relates his study of individual prophets to theological currents that have been flowing through the scholarly world in recent decades."--Bernhard W. Anderson
 

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Towards a Preliminary Understanding
1
Prelude
7
3 Seers Men of God Nabis Preliterary Prophecy from the Early Period of the Monarchy
15
32 The preprophetic age
17
33 The rise of the nabis Prophecy as a literary genre
19
34 Orders of nabis
23
35 The contribution of the nabi to a military campaign
27
36 Divinely willed revolutions
29
Micah of Moresheth
94
62 Devastation as the doom to come
97
63 The riddle of the announcement of unconditional downfall and the prophetic experience of God
98
64 Messianic future
102
Isaiah
105
72 The Temple vision
108
the early period
113
74 The SyroEphraimite war and the move towards foreign policy
120

37 Elijah
32
Unconditional Prophecy of Doom at the Beginning of the Assyrian Period
36
42 Oppressive visions of downfall
39
43 The exploitation of the dallim Amos social criticism
44
44 Criticism of the cult and the search for God
50
45 Mišpāṭ and ṣdāqā Their reversal and peša
56
46 The downfall of state and religion Visitation on the day of Yahweh
62
47 The downfall of neighbouring nations and the historical fulfilment of the prophecies
66
48 The restoration of the Davidic kingdom and the problem of the prophets origin
69
49 God and metahistory
70
Hosea
76
52 Hoseas marriage and family drama as a symbol
78
53 Yahwehs family drama as the content of the symbolism Religion and monarchy
81
54 Divine marriage as common ground for prophet and opponent The covenant
88
55 Torah knowledge of God a correct view of nature and future salvation
91
75 The swing to an antiAssyrian attitude in the late period
126
76 Messiah understanding of God eschatology
132
77 The salvation of Zion? Hope for the remnant?
140
78 Suprahistory as Yahwehs work and its metahistorical analysis
144
Prophets of the Day of Decision The End of the Assyrian Period
157
82 The Day of Yahweh
159
The Transition to Literary Prophecy in the Assyrian Period and the Problem of Transmission
163
92 Aphorisms and leading metahistorical ideas
165
93 The breakthrough to literary individuality
166
94 Disciples
167
Bibliography
169
Notes
172
Index of Biblical Reference
174
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