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Ch more detail. He was sought for seeking to know the "Master of Life" and telr a joumey westward in hopes of finding him. hemselves. aster of Life: Hear what the Great Spirit has ordered me to tell you~ You are to make saClifin,s, in the Illanner that J shall direcl: to put off entinĀ·]), from yourselves the clIstoms which you have adopted sinn' the white people ralII<' among us. YOll are to leturn to that fonnel' happy SLue. ill which we lived in peace ,mel pJent}, belrne th~'M~ strangel s came LO disturb \IS; and, above all.

As a biblical scholar, I find this case strikingly similar to the prominence that the term niibi' achit'ves in ancient Israel. \. Iagne" 1988). 26 S. Parpola. ', 19(7), liii. Defining Prophecy and Prophetic Literature prominent. One wonders what linguistic or social forces were at work for this process to occur both in the Levant and :\lesopotamia. Second, the Neo-As,<;)Tian prophetic texts arc important for understanding the formation of prophetic literature. At Mari, individual texts were archived.

Alom Context we have some more or less contempora1l' accollnts of how Ten~ skwatawa became a prophet. In 1805, when tribes were being pushed west of the Ohio River and many Native Americans were succumbing to alcohol, a man who had been noteworthy mainly for stupidity and intoxication allllounced to friends and relatives that he had had a re\"~ elation.

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