A Prophet Like Moses: Prophecy, Law, and Israelite Religion

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9780199336456: A Prophet Like Moses: Prophecy, Law, and Israelite Religion
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In A Prophet Like Moses, Jeffrey Stackert offers a very intelligent and engaging book. Comparing ancient Near Eastern prophetic texts and grounding his approach in the current (and notably debated) Neo-Documentary Hypothesis, Stackert examines the prophetic dimensions of Moses identity and the different views of prophecy in the Pentateuchal sources. The book marks a significant contribution to biblical scholarship. Clear and well written, insightfuland highly recommended. ( Mark S. Smith, Skirball Professor of Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, New York University)

An elegant and important contribution to current scholarship on the Pentateuch. Stackert reframes Wellhausens central questions about law and prophecy and delivers a compelling analysis of the distinctive positions in the Pentateuchal sources. It will evoke controversy in some quarters, but it is very solid scholarship. ( Ronald Hendel, Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible, University of California, Berkeley)

Stackert complicates the historical relationship between law and prophecy, by identifying an anti-prophetic tendency in the Elohist source in the pre-exilic period. In so doing, he undercuts the developmental view of Israelite religion associated with Wellhausen. This is a bold and ambitious book which is sure to ignite a debate that has far-reaching implications for our understanding of the religion of Israel. ( John J. Collins, Holmes Professor of Old Testament, Yale)

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In ( Mark S. Smith, Skirball Professor of Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, New York University)

, Jeffrey Stackert offers a very intelligent and engaging book. Comparing ancient Near Eastern prophetic texts and grounding his approach in the current (and notably debated) Neo-Documentary Hypothesis, Stackert examines the prophetic dimensions of Moses identity and the different views of prophecy in the Pentateuchal sources. The book marks a significant contribution to biblical scholarship. Clear and well written, insightfuland highly recommended.

An elegant and important contribution to current scholarship on the Pentateuch. Stackert reframes Wellhausens central questions about law and prophecy and delivers a compelling analysis of the distinctive positions in the Pentateuchal sources. It will evoke controversy in some quarters, but it is very solid scholarship. ( Ronald Hendel, Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible, University of California, Berkeley)

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