Lawsuit (God as plaintiff put Israel on trial as the defendant)
Woe (announces doom)
Promise (also called salvation oracles for their mention of future blessing)
Enactment (visuals and/or dramas used to communicate)
Messenger Speech (most common prophecy, often used alongside other types, they begin with the prophet saying, “The Lord says…”)
Poetic (All prophetic books contain a substantial amount of poetry. For an introduction to Hebrew Poetry, read the article titled “Poetry” in the New Bible Dictionary (InterVarsity Press, 1996) or chapters 6 & 7 in Tremper Logan III, How to Read the Psalms (InterVarsity Press, 1988, p 89-110). Any Bible Dictionary will have something helpful.
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