Kennett in Swete's Cambridge Biblical Essays (pp. 92 sqq.); G.
' It must suffice to refer to the opinions of Bertholet, Buhl, Cheyne, Guthe, Van Hoonacker, Jahn, Kennett, Kent, Kosters, Marquart, Torrey, and Wildeboer.
Alte Test., 295, and Kennett, Journ.
Kennett, Enc. of Rel.
Weissagung; Professor Kennett, Pre-exilic Prophets; W.
Prof. Kennett points out to the present writer that the epithet "bald-head" may refer to the sign of mourning for Elisha's lost master (cf.
Kennett has argued in favour of the view that he was the founder of the cult at Bethel (Journ.