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This booklet is a finished therapy of prophecy and revelation within the useless Sea Scrolls. It examines the reconfiguration of biblical prophecy and revelation, the portrait of prophecy on the finish of days, and the proof for ongoing prophetic job.
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See Carey A. Moore, Daniel, Esther, and Jeremiah: The Additions (AB 44; Garden City: Doubleday, 1977), 260. 32 “In our day we have no ruler, or prophet, or leader…” On the date of the Prayer of Azariah, see Moore, Daniel, 44–46. Moore sees in the prayer (esp. v. E. dating. H. ) for the entire addition, though suggests that v. 15 may come from the Maccabean period (“The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of the Three Children,” APOT 1:629, 633). J. Klijn, “2 Baruch,” OTP 1:651). E. See above, n. 17.
Grabbe, “Poets, Scribes, or Preachers? The Reality of Prophecy in the Second Temple Period,” in Knowing the End from the Beginning (ed. L. D. Haak; JSPSup 46; London: T. & T. Clark, 2003), 192–215; repr. from SBLSP 37 (1998): 524–545; Stemberger, “Propheten,” 145–174. ” In general, Sommer argues that most appearances of prophecy in the Second Temple period reﬂect awareness that the participants were reviving older traditions which had previously been dormant. Sommer attributes the rise of prophetic phenomena in Josephus and the New Testament (see below) to the emerging belief in the immanence of the eschaton.
40 See Thomas Overholt, “The End of Prophecy: No Players without a Program,” in The Place Is too Small for Us: The Israelite Prophets in Recent Scholarship (ed. P. Gordon; SBTS 5; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1995), 532–533; repr. from JSOT 42 (1988): 103– 115. introduction 17 Temple Judaism, though in a modiﬁed manner. Accordingly, terms like ‘cessation,’ ‘disappearance,’ or even ‘decline’ are inappropriate. At the same time, it is incorrect to consider Israel’s biblical prophetic heritage in the same context as Second Temple period prophecy.