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Historical-Cultural and Theological Contexts o This whole segment is just summing up the story from Genesis to 2 Kings o Comes to the conclusion that in regard to the historical context, most the prophets preach in one of two contexts Just prior to the Assyrian invasion, which destroyed the northern kingdom Israel, or. . Just prior to the Babylonian invasion which destroyed the southern kingdom, Judah. o These contexts are extremely important in order to understand the prophets. We must constantly keep them before us as we read and interpret the Old Testament prophetic literature. Theologically the prophets proclaim their message from the context of the Mosaic covenant, primarily as defined in Deuteronomy. They tell the people to repent, to turn from idols, and to return to the terrible punishments God threatened in Deut. The ultimate punishment, which they announce with sorrow, is the loss of God’s presence and the loss of the Promised Land Interpretation and Application
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course BI 202 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '05 term at Corban University.

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