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Author Unterman, Jeremiah.
Title From repentance to redemption : Jeremiah's thought in transition / Jeremiah Unterman.
Imprint Sheffield : JSOT, [1987]
©1987

Author Unterman, Jeremiah.
Series Journal for the study of the Old Testament supplement series ; 54
Journal for the study of the Old Testament. Supplement series ; 54.
Subject Jeremiah (Biblical prophet)
Bible. Jeremiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Description 1 online resource (223 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-208) and index.
Contents Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 PROPHECIES OF REDEMPTION TO EPHRAIM DURING THE REIGN OF JOSIAH; Chapter 2 PROPHECIES OF REDEMPTION TO THE JUDEANS EXILED WITH JEHOIACHIN; Chapter 3 PROPHECIES OF REDEMPTION TO JUDAH AND EPHRAIM ON THE NIGHT OF DESTRUCTION; Chapter 4 MISCELLANEOUS PROPHECIES OF REDEMPTION; Excursus I: AMOS AND HOSEA; Excursus II: THE INFLUENCE OF JEREMIAH UPON EZEKIEL; Excursus III: JEREMIAH AND ISAIAH (34-35) 40-66; Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Index of Biblical References; Index of Authors.
Summary The relationship of repentance to redemption in Jeremiah is a problem compounded of authenticity and redaction. From an intensive analysis of the relevant texts and a review of the secondary literature, Unterman argues that the dominant trend of scholarship is methodologically flawed and biased. The Jeremianic texts dealt with in this study represent concepts and vocabulary which influence or logically precede Ezekiel and II Isaiah, fit the historical background of the late 7th and 6th centuries BCE, and relate to, but are essentially different from, the literature known as Deuteronomistic. Je.
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ISBN 9780567078711 (electronic bk.)
056707871X (electronic bk.)
1850751102 (cased)
9781850751106 (cased)
1850751099 (pbk.)
9781850751090 (pbk.)
OCLC # 607902438
Additional Format Print version: Unterman, Jeremiah. From repentance to redemption. Sheffield : JSOT, ©1987 (OCoLC)16714748


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