Biblical prose prayer : as a window to the popular religion of ancient Israel / Moshe Greenberg. [print]Material type: TextSeries: Taubman lectures in Jewish studies. Sixth series. Publication details: Berkeley : University of California Press, [(c)1983.Description: viii, 66 pages ; 21 cmContent type:
- online resource
- BS1199.B535 1983
- BS1199.P68.G798.B535 1983
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The uniqueness of prose prayer as a humanly instituted mode of communication between man and God ; the relation of form and content in petitionary prayers The social analogy; confessing guilt and confessionary prayer; thanksgiving Spontaneity vs. prescription in prayer; the validity of the evidence; lines of further inquiry; implications for the "higher" religion of the Hebrew Scriptures.