Among the representative articulations of this position, we may cite C. J. Ball, The Prophecies of Jeremiah (New York, 1893), especially p. 166; J. B. Gray, Isaiah (New York, 1912), p. 17; L. Kohler, Amos (Zurich, 1917), pp. 5, 21–25; G. A. Smith, Jeremiah (New York, 1922), pp. 156ff.; J. Skinner, Prophecy and Religion: Studies in the Life of Jeremiah (Cambridge, England, 1922), p. 181; R. S. Cripps, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Amos (London, 1929), p. 198; A. Lods, The Prophets and the Rise of Judaism (New York, 1937), pp. 69, 85; N. Snaith, Mercy and Sacrifice: A Study of the Book of Hosea (London, 1953); W. Rudolph, Hosea (Gutersloh, 1966), pp. 6 f.; J. L. Mays, Hosea: A Commentary (Philadelphia, 1969), p. 98; O. Kaiser, Isaiah 1–12: A Commentary (Philadelphia, 1972), pp. 14–16. Cf. also, for example, among the rabbinic commentators, Kimhi to Micah 6:8 and Abravanel to Hosea 6:6.