The Thought of the Prophets
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Originally published in 1953, The Hebrew Prophets’ conception of the meaning and purpose of human history has considerable significance for a religious view of the world situation in the middle of the 20th Century. This book discusses the nature of the Hebrew prophets and the grounds for their claim to inspiration. He then examines the fundamental and universal religious ideas underlying their pronouncements. Particular attention is paid to their views on the basis of human morals, the character of the good society, the duties of government and the relation between religion and politics. Other chapters deal with their ideas of true religion and of the relation of God to human life.
Table of Contents
1 The Nature of the Prophets 2. The Authority of the Prophets 3. The Conception of God 4. The Moral Law 5. Ethical Principles 6. The Good Life 7. A Just Society 8. Religion and Politics 9. True Religion 10. God and Human Life 11. The Human Problem 12. The Meaning of History.