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Wallis — G. Given the present structure of Isaiah 8 his interpretation does not seem the most obvious. Otto Kaiser suggests something that is related to the views of Clements. To emphasise this interpretation he goes so far as to translate the word yd'MuliB. Kaiser, however, does not identify these disciples with the witnesses mentioned by name in verse 2, as Clements does.
It is the function the prophet ascribes to his disciples that Kaiser calls attention to.
As Clements, Kaiser explains the binding up and sealing quite literally. In this sense his position differs from the one of Fohrer.
On account of the vocabulary used in Isa. The disciples of the prophet were required to witness this juridical act and may even have had to sign it cf. This is an artificial 36 Fohrer , Watson , This suggestion had first been proposed by S. Mowinckel40 and was subsequently elaborated on by D. Jones and J. The plain fact that Amos explicitly presents himself as someone who did not belong to a prophetic occupational group Amos aybin"-!
From the start the actual teaching of events from the life of the prophets, it is argued, must have been oral. Gradually series of narratives of prophets, like the ones of Elijah and Elisha for example, would have come into being.