Troubling Jeremiah presents 24 different essays by Jeremiah scholars who are troubled by the Biblical book and give the scholarship on Jeremiah trouble in turn. Essays seek to move beyond the Duhm-Mowinckel source criticism of the book to address matters of metaphor, final form, intertextuality, and the relationship of the book to various audiences of readers. Taken together, the essays in this volume press for an end to “innocent” readings of Jeremiah inasmuch as current models prove inadequate for troubling the very Jeremiah they have already helped to reveal.
- Title: Troubling Jeremiah
- Editors: A. R. Pete Diamond, Kathleen M. O'Connor, Louis Stulman
- Series: Studies on Jeremiah
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Publication Date: 2001
- Pages: 464
About the Author
A. R. Pete Diamond, Assistant Professor Santa Barbara City College, is the author of numerous contributions to the field including, "Interlocutions: The Poetics of Voice in the Figuration of YHWH and his Oracular Agent, Jeremiah," in Interpretation 62/1 (2008).
Kathleen M. O'Connor is Adult Education Coordinator, All Saints Episcopal Church, Santa Barbara, California. Kathleen O'Connor is Professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia.
Louis Stulman is Professor of Religious Studies, University of Findlay. His numerous publications on Jeremiah include the Abingdon Old Testament Commentary on Jeremiah (2005) and Order Amid Chaos: Jeremiah as Symbolic Tapestry (Sheffield, 1998).