The Political Potency of the Prophets
Amos, Micah and the other classical prophets must not be seen as poor peasants, hermits, or eccentrics outside the mainstream of Israelite life, but as intellectuals competing for the support of the affluents in the sphere of public policy.
KeywordsBibliographical Note Hypnotic Suggestion Poor Peasant Political Potency Political Assassination
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