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Here is an answer to the question, what do we learn about the Rabbinic system from its encounter with the Prophetic books? This book analyzes the way in which Rabbinic Judaism in its formative canon received and made its own an important segment of the Israelite Scripture, the Halakhic or legal heritage of Prophecy. The author characterizes the traits of Rabbinic Judaism that come to the surface in that Judaism's engagement with the Halakhic writings of ancient Israelite literary prophecy: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Twelve Minor Prophets. It proposses to discern the system and establish the coherence of the episodic Rabbinic exegesis of verses of Prophecy.
Part 1 Preface Part 2 Time Line Chapter 3 The Rabbis and Prophecy Chapter 4 Patterns of Prophecy Chapter 5 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi Chapter 6 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Isaiah Chapter 7 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Jeremiah Chapter 8 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Ezekiel Chapter 9 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Amos Chapter 10 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Hosea Chapter 11 The Rabbis and Prophetic Halakhah: Micah, Joel, Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Jonah, Nahum, and Obadiah Chapter 12 The Rabbis and the Prophetic Denunciation of Temple Sacrifice