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La fonction prophétique de l'église et dans l'église

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This chapter on the research of the Jewish prophecy focuses on the following four points: the prophetic phenomenon; the place of the prophet in the people; the mission of the prophet and the terms of the prophecy. Prophecy has profoundly influenced the religion of Israel, the prophets constituted the essence of revelation to Israel. The same movement of thought which regarded the prophets as the authentic source of revelation to Israel willingly made ​​them great solitary inspiration, emphasizing the individuality of their experience, as it appears in the stories of their vocation as well as the isolation of their destiny, often dramatic. The prophecy is characterized by the update of a tangled situation and the renewal of the distorted relationship, to allow the living God to be recognized as fair and Israel to plead guilty which is the only road to salvation. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Israel; Jewish prophecy



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