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Here the community marks the ritual consecration of its work, and receives assurance that Yahweh will bring unprecedented 105. In contrast to the “anti-Samaritan” and ethical positions. , David R. Hildebrand, “Temple Ritual: A Paradigm for Moral Holiness in Haggai II 10–19,” VT 18 (1989): 154–68; Rex A. Mason, “The Prophets of the Restoration,” in Israel’s Prophetic Tradition: Essays in Honour of Peter R. Ackroyd (ed. Richard Coggins, Anthony Philipps, and Michael Knibb; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982), 137–53.
63. Delbert R. Hillers, Treaty Curses and the Old Testament Prophets (BibOr 16; Rome: Pontiﬁcal Biblical Institute, 1964). Tollington (Tradition and Innovation, 189–98) sees only a general knowledge of the form here. Cf. Meyers and Meyers, Haggai, Zechariah 1–8, 24–25; Petersen, Haggai and Zechariah 1–8, 50. 64. Hag 1:6//Deut 28:38; Hag 1:6//Lev 26:26; Hag 1:11//Deut 28:18. KESSLER Tradition, Continuity and Covenant 17 casts Haggai in the mold of his pre-exilic forebears who used similar terminology.
56. This understanding of vv. 12–14 will be developed infra. 57. J. William Whedbee, “A Question–Answer Schema in Haggai 1: The Form and Function of Haggai 1: 9–11,” in Biblical and Near Eastern Studies: Festschrift in Honor of William Sanford LaSor (ed. Gary A. Tuttle; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1978), 184–94. 58. Beuken, Haggai–Sacharja 1–8, 19. Beuken sees the following forms present: v. 4, Scheltwort; vv. 5–6, Mahnwort; vv. 7–8, Auftrag and Heilswort; v. 9, Disputationswort; v. 10, Spruch/Entfaltung; v.