The Prophets for the Common Reader
Norton, 1963 - 183 sider
Considers the social, political and religious attitudes of the times in which the following prophets of ancient Israel lived: Amos, Hosea, Isaiah of Jerusalem, Micah, Jeremiah and Isaiah of Babylon.
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