By John A. Emerton
This ebook, a tribute to a widely known outdated testomony pupil, has fifteen articles: six in German, six in English, and 3 in French. a magnificent checklist of Professor Fohrer’s guides includes a few 11 pages on the finish of the amount, and a glance on the checklist might help to provide an explanation for the alternative of the name Prophecy for this Festschrift.
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This e-book, a tribute to a widely known previous testomony pupil, has fifteen articles: six in German, six in English, and 3 in French. a powerful checklist of Professor Fohrer’s guides includes a few 11 pages on the finish of the quantity, and a glance on the checklist can help to provide an explanation for the alternative of the name Prophecy for this Festschrift.
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Heschel ne parle pas des apocalypses, parce qu'il ne voit pas ce qu'une nouvelle »revelation« pourrait ajouter de plus ä celle qui est parfaite chez les prophetes. L'experience prophetique Sur ce point Heschel est bien plus explicite que Buber qui dans son souci de realisme theopolitique n'est guere sensible ä l'aspect psychologique des prophetes. Dans sa these de 1935 Heschel prend position dans le debat sur la conscience prophetique. Contre G . Hoelscher, H. Gunkel, B . Jacobi et bien d'autres qui cherchent l'originalite du prophetisme dans l'extase, etudiee avec les ressources de la magie et de la psychanalyse, il situe l'explication du prophetisme non pas dans l'extase, mais dans la theophanie (cf.
Exegese de Jeremie 23 33 - 40 et de Job 34 28 - 33 (Jeremie 449), R H R 118 (1938), 2 0 1 - 2 0 8 . 42 W. McKane that Nil>a (v. 33) means »pledge« and that xtri ΒΠΠΝ -rrtfr "lin (v. 39) can be related to the usages of in w . 36 and 38 only on this assumption. tftJJ (w. 39. ). The reply DnriN TitfüJi Siran DDK (emending MT, see below), »You are the pledge and I shall forgo you« (that is, leave you unredeemed) is picked up in v. N TUton Ntfl D3nx T'tfll "IM, »I shall lend you out and not redeem you« (this goes back to Hitzig who interpreted v.
M. Weil, is the result of dogmatic alterations: the representation that Yahweh was a lender was felt to be objectionable, but the »lending« reference was allowed to stand in v. 39 because there was no mention of Yahweh. H. Torczyner's account, although it has a similar lexicographical foundation, proceeds differently, but H. Torczyner also urges that in w . 33 and 39 is a synonym of 3TS? and cannot denote the casting down of a burden. 3T57 and are synonyms in Neh 5 10 and 1032 and, in association with Ntfa, they refer to the renouncing of a claim.
Prophecy: Essays presented to Georg Fohrer on his sixty-fifth birthday 6 September 1980 by John A. Emerton