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Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms

by John Hilber

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Published by Walter de Gruyter .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Books of the Old Testament,
  • Judaism,
  • Theology,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Hebrew,
  • Bibles,
  • Biblical Studies - Old Testament,
  • Bibles - Hebrew,
  • Profetieèen.,
  • Prophecy,
  • Psalmen (bijbelboek),
  • gtt,
  • Bible - Study - Old Testament

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9017644M
    ISBN 103110184400
    ISBN 109783110184402

      Anja Klein’s essay sheds light on the question of cultic prophecy from a differ-ent angle, focusing on Pss 81 and In particular, Klein asks to what extent these two psalms can be understood as examples of cultic prophecy, inasmuch as they draw on forms of divine speech. Klein begins by discussing each of the psalms in :// Q. Some of the psalms have the word or person Asaph at the beginning. What and/or who is Asaph? A. Asaph was a prominent Levite singer and seer in David’s court and was the son of Berachiah of the tribe of Levi. (1Chr , 1Chr , 1Chr ; 1Chr ; 2Chr ).He is the ancestor of the Sons of Asaph, one of the great family guilds of temple ://

      Introduction. The location of a book in the canon gives the reader clues to the genre and interpretation of the book. The Jewish canon places the poetry of the book of Psalms as the introduction to the division of the bible known as the Ketubim (writings). The Christian canon(s) place the Psalter between Job and Proverbs, accenting the Psalms’ place among the wisdom :// Anja Klein maintains that while Psalms 81 and 95 may indirectly testify to a form of cultic prophecy, they do not themselves constitute cultic prophecy. Jonathan Stökl discusses the notion of “triggering” prophecy and suggests that enquiring of Yhwh may in itself be understood as a kind of ritualised ://

      The prophecy that the Messiah would come from the house of David within the tribe of Judah is stated in 2 Samuel The Neglected Prophecies. Perhaps the most overlooked area of the Old Testament with regard to prophecy is the book of :// The book of Psalms has been designed to be the prayer book of God's people as they wait for the Messiah and his coming Kingdom. Written to join the Hebrew Torah, or the first five books of the Old Testament, the book of Psalms is a remarkable collection of


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Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms by John Hilber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Culltic prophecy in the Psalms: issues past and present --Assyrian cultic prophecy --Royal psalms --Asaphite psalms --Laments, hymns and songs of confidence.

Series Title: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, Bd. Responsibility: John W. :// Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to actual prophetic speech.

Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to psalms. On the other hand, Assyrian cultic prophecies parallel the characteristics of prophetic speech found in ://?lang=en&tab_body=toc.

A model of cultic prophecy remains the best explanation for the origin of psalms containing first-person divine speech. The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms book now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

› Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Bible Study & Reference. Get this from a library. Cultic prophecy in the Psalms. [John W Hilber] -- Doubts about the contribution of cult-prophetic speech to psalmody remain in debate.

Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to psalms. On the other hand, Assyrian cultic prophecies parallel the characteristics of prophetic speech found in psalms.

The Assyrian sources support possible composition and performance scenarios that overcome objections raised against the compatibility of genuine prophecy with :// BONN (BAFMW) - Doubts about the contribution of cult-prophetic speech to psalmody remain in debate.

Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to actual prophetic speech. Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to psalms. On the other hand, Assyrian cultic prophecies parallel the characteristics of prophetic   Therefore, Psa 75, 81, and 82 are best understood as the product of cultic prophecy.

If Psalms 50 and 81 are considered prophetic, then the possibility remains that the closely related Psalm 95 originated from cultic prophecy as well. Psalm 81 SAA TynBul () p. Cultic Prophecy In The Psalms In The Light Of Assyrian Prophetic Sources1.

John Hilber. The Central Issue. Since the early twentieth century, no consensus has been reached regarding the relationship between OT cultic prophecy and psalms, in particular, whether first-person divine speech in psalms originated from cult prophets or by poetic imitation of prophetic   HILBER: Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms 3.

Cultic Prophecy, Psalm Composition and Performance There are several ways to envision the relationship between prophecy and psalmody that overcome objections to the incorporation of cultic prophecy in psalms and liturgical settings.

These also find support in Assyrian prophetic :// The prophecy that the Messiah would come from the house of David within the tribe of Judah is stated in 2 Samuel The Neglected Prophecies.

Perhaps the most overlooked area of the Old Testament with regard to prophecy is the book of :// Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms. John Hilber.

Book Details. Categories: Psalms. Book Information. Pages: pages Publisher: Walter de Gruyter Inc Published: ISBN ISBN Amazon Goodreads Reviews.

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Hilber Cultic prophecy in the Psalms John W. Hilber (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, Bd. ) W. de Gruyter, c タイトル別名 Cultic prophecy in the Psalms in the light of Assyrian prophetic Cultic prophecy in the Psalms / John W. Hilber. Date: Editeur / Publisher: Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, cop.

Type: Livre / Book Type: Thèse / Thesis Langue / Language: anglais / English ISBN: Catalogue Worldcat. Bible -- Prophéties Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms Book Summary: Doubts about the contribution of cult-prophetic speech to psalmody remain in debate.

Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to actual prophetic speech. Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to :// Cultic Prophecy in Assyria and in the Psalms Psalm Perhaps the easiest way to see David as a prophet is to survey one of his most clearly prophetic psalms, Psalm Anyone familiar with the scourging and crucifixion of Jesus Christ can see the obvious parallels, and the writers of the gospel accounts—especially Matthew—bring them out through direct quotations of this psalm.

Henry Halley, author of Halley's Bible Handbook /   The book opened up a new aspect of the Book of Psalms. It also proves that we are living in the last days. I highly recommend this book. It is a must read book for the student of Bible prophecy. Thanks J.R. for writing such an incredible  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Bible Study & Reference.

The presence of very similar Assyrian cultic prophecy in a seventh-century monarchic context lends support to arguments that prophets served the king in pre-exilic Israel as well and that Psalms 2, and 89 likely preserve elements of this royal cultic ://+prophecy+in.

Biblical literature - Biblical literature - Psalms: The Psalms (from Greek psalmos “song”) are poems and hymns, dating from various periods in the history of Israel, that were assembled for use at public worship and that have continued to play a central role in the liturgy and prayer life of both Jews and Christians.

Known in Hebrew as Tehillim (Songs of Praise), the Psalter (the   Psalms –Real Author of the Psalms – Unknown. Many. –David as Author in Reception History – Skilled Musician (1 Sam ) – 2 Sam 1: Lament for Saul and Jonathan – 2 Sam 6: Cultic Singer – 1 Chron ; 1 Chron Worship Coordinator2 days ago  The best commentaries on Psalms ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.

Find the best commentary on Psalms. Encountering the Book of Psalms: A Literary and Theological Introduction: EBS: Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms: Waltner, James H. Psalms: BCBC: Clifford, Richard J. The Wisdom Literature: IBT