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Stories of the Prophets Illustrated

Stories of the Prophets Illustrated

Isaac Landman Hosanna Fellowship Press
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Explore the lives and lasting legacies of Hosea, Amos, Isaiah, Micah and Jeremiah in this dramatised version of the biblical accounts. Bible passages come alive when retold in historical and political context. You will see the Bible's prophets in a whole new way.

The inspired men, commonly known as the prophets of Israel, were the unique product of the Jewish religious genius. They were pre-eminently preachers of righteousness. Fearless and undaunted, they told the house of Israel their sins and the house of Jacob their transgressions. They contemplated the facts of life from the highest point of view. For them religion and morality were blended, ethics and politics were one.

Theirs was peculiarly a social message; the demand for justice underlies all their thinking and speaking. They had a veritable passion for righteousness; through all the ages their words have been torches lighting the way of men struggling upward towards the truth.

Originally published as Stories of the Prophets in 1912 by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Pages
193
Format
Kindle Edition
Publisher
Hosanna Fellowship Press
Release
April 15, 2017

Stories of the Prophets Illustrated

Isaac Landman Hosanna Fellowship Press
0/5 ( ratings)
Explore the lives and lasting legacies of Hosea, Amos, Isaiah, Micah and Jeremiah in this dramatised version of the biblical accounts. Bible passages come alive when retold in historical and political context. You will see the Bible's prophets in a whole new way.

The inspired men, commonly known as the prophets of Israel, were the unique product of the Jewish religious genius. They were pre-eminently preachers of righteousness. Fearless and undaunted, they told the house of Israel their sins and the house of Jacob their transgressions. They contemplated the facts of life from the highest point of view. For them religion and morality were blended, ethics and politics were one.

Theirs was peculiarly a social message; the demand for justice underlies all their thinking and speaking. They had a veritable passion for righteousness; through all the ages their words have been torches lighting the way of men struggling upward towards the truth.

Originally published as Stories of the Prophets in 1912 by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Pages
193
Format
Kindle Edition
Publisher
Hosanna Fellowship Press
Release
April 15, 2017

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