Thus, for example, T. K. Cheyne, The Prophecies of Isaiah Vol. I (New York, 1895), p. 6; A. S. Kapelrud, Central Ideas in Amos (Oslo, 1956), pp. 75 f.; G. E. Wright and R. H. Fuller, The Book of the Acts of God (Garden City, 1957), pp. 154, 160, 162; W. Harrelson, Interpreting the Old Testament (New York, 1964), pp. 263, 426. (Harrelson incidentally believes, without foundation, that “Jeremiah goes farther than his predecessors Amos, Hosea, Isaiah and Micah in attacking the sacrificial system as such,” pp. 262 f.); and G. Fohrer, History of the Israelite Religion (Nashville, 1967), pp. 281 f., 287.