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This index presents a list of Bible passages and supplements to Old Testament relevant to the book on Prophet und König im Nordreich Israel. The book deals with the so-called "pre-classical" prophecy in the Northern Kingdom of Israel. The introduction of the kingship in the early period of the prophecy marks the beginning of a consideration of the social situations. The prophet is placed over the king and stylized as the actual saviour figure. This development is examined along with the extensive prophetic traditions of Samuel, Elijah and Elisha. The texts are first analyzed from a diachronic viewpoint to determine pre-deuteronomistic text components. These texts are then linked to their historical context and examined with respect to their medium and historicity. The book highlights the social and socio-structural importance of prophecy in the early period. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Bible passages; Elijah; Elisha; Israel; Northern Kingdom; Old Testament; pre-deuteronomistic text components; prophetic traditions; Samuel



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