Studies on Jeremiah (8 vols.)
by 10 authors Mary E. Shields, A. R. Diamond, Sven Soderlund, Kelvin G. Friebel, Mark Roncace, Timothy Polk, Jeremiah Unterman, A. R. Pete Diamond, Louis Stulman, Kathleen M. O'Connor
T&T Clark,JSOT Press,Sheffield Academic Press 1984–2005
Studies on Jeremiah deciphers the metaphors used as well as the historical, political and social contexts that are an integral part of understanding how Jeremiah relates to our lives today. Troubling Jeremiah contains 24 essays by Jeremiah scholars to examine the metaphors that are a part of the book of Jeremiah. Kelvin G. Friebel researches the prophetic aspects of Jeremiah and Ezekiel as they have the most accounts of prophetic signs of all the books of the Bible. Friebel’s findings are important because they help us to understand the use of prophetic signs and how they are relative to today.
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Studies on Jeremiah is a beneficial addition to anyone’s library who wants to understand the book of Jeremiah more and how it relates to us today.
- Contains an index of references
- Each book includes a list of authors cited
- From Repentance to Redemption, by Jeremiah Unterman
- Circumscribing the Prostitute, by Mary E. Shields
- Greek Text of Jeremiah, by Sven Soderlund
- Jeremiah's and Ezekiel's Sign-Acts, by Kelvin G. Friebel
- Title: Studies on Jeremiah
- Volumes: 8
- Pages: 2,204