In the Introduction of From Repentance to Redemption, Unterman says that the repentance is not the repentance we commonly think of that has to do with regret, but that has to do with a spiritual return. He wants to make that point clear as he covers the topics of repentance and redemption in his book so that we can have a clear picture of how God views them.
- Title: From Repentance to Redemption
- Author: Jeremiah Unterman
- Series: Studies on Jeremiah
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Publication Date: 1987
- Pages: 223
About Jeremiah Unterman
Jeremiah Unterman was educated at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of California, Berkeley. Unterman's publications include The Social-Legal Origin for the Image of God as Redeemer of Israel, "The (Non)Sense of Smell in Isaiah 11:3", and "Covenant".