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The piety of the Hebrew prophets purges their grossness.
Carlyle is eccentric and perverse--more so in 'Sartor Resartus' than elsewhere--but he is on fire with his message and he is as confident as any Hebrew prophet that it is the message most necessary for his generation.
Is he a modern Nazarite or a Hebrew prophet left over from olden times?
Perhaps we should keep on voting until the result complies with the wishes of an Europhile establishment who have acquired the wisdom of Solomon and the foresight of the Hebrew prophets.
God Mocks: A History of Religious Satire from the Hebrew Prophets to Stephen Colbert.
Edelstein noted the unique bond between the US and Israel by describing how the pilgrims who settled in what is now America similarly created "a just society that the Hebrew prophets preached right here, thousands and years ago.
He has done this by means of the intuitive moral sense implanted in man as well as by the repeated messages of the Hebrew prophets.
194) By the spring, "surrounded by comrades he viewed as untrustworthy and cruel," and a member of the sp, a party he had always loathed, Muste, in the tradition of the Hebrew prophets, heard the voice of God.
Most powerfully and dramatically, the Hebrew prophets throughout history have proclaimed that authentic worship of God cannot coexist with the perpetration of injustice or unethical treatment of others.
Indeed, some of the Hebrew prophets might have applauded the destruction, given their hatred of Baal-worship.
The late expert on the Hebrew prophets, Hans Walter Wolff, dealt with this dilemma in just one profound statement: "God doesn't have to be faithful to God's word as long as God is faithful to God's people.
John followed the example of previous Hebrew prophets, living austerely, challenging sinful rulers, calling for repentance, and promising God's justice.