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Cultic Prophecy in the Psalms

von Hilber, John W.   (Autor)

Doubts about the contribution of cult-prophetic speech to psalmody remain in debate. Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to actual prophetic speech. Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to psalms. On the other hand, Assyrian cultic prophecies parallel the characteristics of prophetic speech found in psalms. The Assyrian sources support possible composition and performance scenarios that overcome objections raised against the compatibility of genuine prophecy with psalmody. A model of cultic prophecy remains the best explanation for the origin of psalms containing first-person divine speech.

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Doubts about the contribution of cult-prophetic speech to psalmody remain in debate. Psalms containing first-person divine speech exhibit numerous features and suggest life settings that conform to actual prophetic speech. Alternative explanations lack comparable examples external to psalms. On the other hand, Assyrian cultic prophecies parallel the characteristics of prophetic speech found in psalms. The Assyrian sources support possible composition and performance scenarios that overcome objections raised against the compatibility of genuine prophecy with psalmody. A model of cultic prophecy remains the best explanation for the origin of psalms containing first-person divine speech. 

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Chapter 1: Cultic Prophecy and Psalms: Issues Past and Present · Chapter 2:
Assyrian Cultic Prophecy · Chapter 3: Royal Psalms · Chapter 4: Asaphite Psalms
· Chapter 5: Laments, Hymns and Songs of Confidence · Chapter 6: Conclusion 

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"[...] an important book that deserves to be considered carefully."Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer in: Svensk Exegetisk Arsbook 73/2008 

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Ph.D. dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Graham Davies, University of Cambridge, U.K., 2004. John Hilber is now Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas/USA. 

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