Jeremiah: Reading the Prophet in His Time - and Ours

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Fortress Press, 01‏/10‏/2006 - 177 من الصفحات
"While Holladay has written widely and helpfully on other topics, his intensive work on the prophet Jeremiah remains one of the most important contributions to the study of that book, and especially to our understanding of the prophet Jeremiah in relation to the book ascribed to him.In Jeremiah: Reading the Prophet in His Time ? and Ours, Holladay seeks to connect the message of the book of Jeremiah 'to the life and experiences of the prophet and his times. No one in contemporary Jeremiah studies has worked as assiduously at that enterprise.'"? from the Foreword by Patrick D. Miller
 

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Jeremiah and His World
1
The Prophet Like Moses
8
A Sermon at the Temple
25
Gods People Turn Their Backs
36
God Plans War on Judah and Jeremiah Dictates a Scroll
53
Rumors of War and the Onset of a Drought
66
The King Burns the Scroll and God Sets the Plan in Motion
78
Priests and Prophets against Jeremiah and Jeremiah against God
91
Pray for the Peace of Babylon
104
To Build and to Plant
118
The Fall of Jerusalem and the Passion of Jeremiah
133
Prophet Out of Time
147
Scripture Index
167
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نبذة عن المؤلف (2006)

William L. Holladaywas professor of Old Testament at Andover Newton Theological School, Boston.

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