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“Hol p. 130), (TWOT 852): ‘day’ [all lexica, commentators, and versions except the fol” (Page 154)
“Maśśāʾ denotes an extremely serious and important pronouncement” (Page 21)
“the discourse perspective challenges certain long-held historical-critical conclusions regarding the document’s unity” (Page 10)
“When applied to prophecy, it denotes an obligation which God has placed upon the prophet to prophesy [TOTC]” (Page 21)
“It concerns one aspect of the coming ‘Day of the Lord’: the righteous will be victorious over the wicked.” (Page 196)