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Prophet against prophet : the role of the Micaiah narrative (I Kings 22) in the development of early prophetic tradition

Author: Simon J De Vries
Publisher: Grand Rapids : Eerdmans, ©1978.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon J De Vries
OCLC Number: 3705688
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xix, 162 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The Basis of prophetic conflict --
The Present state of the question : Questions of date, provenance, and redaction --
Suspicions of predeuteronomistic conflation --
The Text : Inner-Septuagintal analysis --
Inter-versional anlaysis --
Literary Analysis : Evidences of compositeness --
The Identification of independent narratives --
The Independent Micaiah narratives. Analysis of form and ideology : The genre "Prophet legend" and its subgenres --
The Elucidation of related subgenres : Power-demonstration narrative --
Prophetic call and prophet-legitimation narratives --
Charismatic designation narrative --
Historical demonstration narrative --
Succession oracle narrative --
Prophet-authorization narrative (I Kings 13:1-32 ; II Kings 6:24-7:17 ; I Kings 17:1-16; 18:1-18, 41-46 ; II Kings 1:2-17) --
Regel self-judgment narrative --
Superseding oracle narrative (II Kings 8:7-15) --
Instrumental fulfillment narrative (II Kings 3:5b-25a ; II Kings 8:29b-9:36a) --
Word-controversy narrative : (II Kings 18:17- 19:37 ; Isaiah 36:2-37:38) --
Excursus : Jeremiah 27-28 --
Evaluation of affinities. The History of the Micaiah tradition : The Identification of athe two kings --
Chronological problems --
"Ahab slept with his fathers" --
The Problems of date and Historicity --
Criteria --
The Origin of the Micaiah narratives --
Historicity and theoogical relevance --
Redaction history : Redactional linkages : The Elijah cycle --
The Elisha cycle --
the Omride war cycle. Theological perspectives : Resumie : Text criticism --
Literary and structural critcism --
Genre criticism --
Historical and tradition criticism --
Redaction criticism --
The Tests of true prophecy : True prophecy is vindicated in fulfillment --
True prophecy is guaranteed by its affinities --
"Who is for Yahwah?"
Responsibility: by Simon J. De Vries.

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