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Under Every Green Tree

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Under Every Green Tree

Popular Religion in Sixth-Century Judah

by Susan Ackerman

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"By focusing on the forms of religious expression which the sixth-century prophets condemn, we can begin to apprehend the diversity which characterized exilic religion. Moreover, by recognizing the polemical nature of the prophetic critiques and by resolving to read these critiques without prophetic prejudice and instead with a non-judgmental eye, we can place ourselves in a position to re-evaluate the traditional descriptions of the sixth-century cult. Our task, then, is to read anew; our aim is to judge afresh. With this goal in mind, we turn our attention to the major prophetic texts which will comprise our study: Jeremiah 7 and 44, Ezekiel 8, Isaiah 57, and Isaiah 65." - From the Introduction

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Publisher: Harvard Semitic Museum
Publication date: 1992
Bibliographic info: 272 pages
Language(s): English


Cover: Cloth



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