By Walther Zimmerli / SCM Press / 1971
In this Old Testament study, Walther Zimmerli traces the Hebrew conception of hope according to the Yahwist writer, the Psalms, and the prophetic writings. Zimmerli explores exactly what Old Testament people hoped for, and compares it to the New Testament conception of hope.
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Walther Zimmerli (1907–1984) was professor of Old Testament at the University of Göttingen, Germany, and one of the most important biblical scholars of the twentieth century. Among his many works published in English are The Old Testament and the World,and The Law and the Prophets.