Date of Award

6-1-1965

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Alfred von Rohr Sauer

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

Jeremiah 11:18-20; Jeremiah 15:15-21; Jeremiah 17:12-18; Jeremiah 18:18-23; Jeremiah 20:10-13; Isaiah 63:15-19; Micah 7:8-10; Habakkuk 1:12-17; Psalm 44:12, 23; Psalm 35:4; Psalm 56:6; Psalm 64:7; Psalm 71:11; Psalm 74:8; Psalm 83:5; Psalm 22:4; Psalm 59:6; Proverbs 69:14; Psalm 7:10; Psalm 17:3; Psalm 26:2; Psalm 22:9; Psalm 37:5; Psalm 40:10; Psalm 69:20; Psalm 25:6; Psalm 74:2; Psalm 89:48; Psalm 8:5; Psalm 7:2; Psalm 35:3; Psalm 69:8; Psalm 140:3; Psalm 142:4; Psalm 106:4; Psalm 119:157;

Abstract

What is true here of von Rad seems to be true generally of biblical scholarship; to the writer's knowledge, there has been no significant attempt to isolate the various prophetic protests and to study them as a literary or theological unity. Most of the concern has centered in Jeremiah's protests. Upon further study it has impressed the writer that a correlated study of all prophetic protest may provide a helpful tool in understanding the office of the prophet. It is from this perspective that the present study of prophetic protest was pursued and is now offered.

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