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Saturday, April 27 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
What is a Prophet? Bridging the Gap between Historical-Critical and Rabbinic Perspectives on Biblical Prophecy

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The Latter Prophets of the Hebrew Bible present a strange historical anomaly, as prophets everywhere else in the ancient Near East are not nearly so literate and broad-ranging in scope. Modern historical-critical and classical rabbinic approaches propose widely divergent views of what prophets were and what they were doing. This presentation will survey some of these approaches and suggest that there is much that can be learned by seeing these perspectives in conversation with each other.


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Jason Radine

Asst. Professor of Biblical and Jewish Studies at Moravian College, J. Radine researches biblical prophecy in its ancient Near Eastern context. His publications include "The Book of Amos in Emergent Judah" (Mohr Siebeck). Last year he was a Humboldt post-doctoral fellow in Göttingen, Germany.


Saturday April 27, 2013 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Room 202