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Schema Of The Development Of The Isaiah Tradition

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This section contains schema of the development of the Isaiah tradition during Assyrian period and Babylonian period. Offering a comparison between the earliest parts of the book of Isaiah and the Assyrian prophecies, this book maintains that ancient Israelite prophecy, of which Isaiah was an exponent, was much in conformity with ancient Near Eastern prophecy in general.

Keywords: ancient Near Eastern prophecy; Assyrian period; Babylonian period; Isaiah

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