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My Servants the Prophets

Publisher:
, 1983
ISBN: 9780802816979

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Overview

In this authoritative study of the prophets, Edward Young first considers what the Old Testament says about the origin of prophecy and the prophetic institution, and then deals with questions of the position of the prophet in the Divine economy, the relation between false and true prophets, and the relation of the prophets to the world in which they lived.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the relation between false and true prophets
  • Explores the role of prophets in the ancient Near East
  • Examines the Old Testament testimony about the origins of prophecy and the prophetic institution

Contents

  • The Divine Origin Of The Prophetic Institution
  • Moses And The Prophets
  • The Terminology of Prophetism
  • Prophecy And The Theocracy
  • The Schools Of The Prophets
  • The Prophet And The Church
  • Prophets False And True
  • Were The Prophets Writers?
  • The Prophets As Recepients Of Revelation
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix-Extra-Biblical “Prophecy” In The Ancient World

Praise for the Print Edition

Dr. E. J. Young has again brought to the Christian trade a work which excels in its biblical content. This text on the prophetic institution is not a run-of-the-mill work in either its thesis or presentation. The literary style is a blend of simplicity and lucidity. The thesis cuts across the general view concerning the correct basis for interpreting the prophets and advances a strict adherence to the rule, “let Scripture interpret Scripture”.

Christian Life

This reviewer must confess that he is impressed with the saneness and thoroughness of Dr. Young’s exegetical technique. Dr. Young is obviously a scholar of no mean ability; and this book, as well as others by him . . . , provides ample proof that he has been well trained in the field of Semitic philology.

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Edward J. Young (1907–1968) was an Old Testament scholar and professor at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He earned an AB from Stanford University, a ThB and ThM from Westminster Theological Seminary, and a PhD from Dropsie College. Young wrote The Book of Isaiah, An Introduction to the Old Testament, and many other academic works.

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    $17.99

    Digital list price: $22.99
    Save $5.00 (21%)