Jeremiah : Abingdon Old Testament Commentary Paperback
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Jeremiah : Abingdon Old Testament Commentary
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Jeremiah has a reputation for being one of the most difficult books in the Bible to read. Despite its dense and jumbled appearance, Stulman shows that Jeremiah is far more than a random accumulation of miscellaneous materials. Jeremiah is an artistic and symbolic tapestry held together by prose seams. In the first commentary to give the prose literature such strong attention, Stulman explains how the prophetic book reenacts the dismantling of Israel's most cherished social and symbolic systems. In doing so it speaks poignantly of the horrors of war and military occupation, as well as the resultant despair and anger.
Siege and deportation, however, do not signal the end for the people of God. As Jeremiah unfolds, seeds of hope begin to emerge. Such hope asserts that massive wreckage does not nullify God's love, that oppressive and murderous forces will not ultimately triumph, and that the suffering and sovereign God will sculpt new beginnings out of the ruin of fallen worlds.
Jeremiah : Abingdon Old Testament Commentary by Louis Stulman was published by Abingdon Press in April 2005 and is our 38538th best seller. The ISBN for Jeremiah : Abingdon Old Testament Commentary is 9780687057962.
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|Page last updated||20th December 2015|
|Author / Artist||Louis Stulman|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (April 2005)|
|Number of Pages||424|