Book of Jeremiah

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a book in the Old Testament containing the oracles of the prophet Jeremiah

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O'Connor, "'Do Not Trim a Word': The Contributions of Chapter 26 to the book of Jeremiah," The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 51 (1989) pp.
Thelle adopts Michael Floyd's criteria for the identification of postexilic prophetic material, but, contra Floyd, argues that his criteria apply to the book of Jeremiah as well.
Northrop Frye reminds us of a scene in the Book of Jeremiah in which the king of Judah, irked by Jeremiah's prophesy, feeds pieces of the papyrus scroll on which it is written to the fire that warms his palatial rooms.
Central Lutheran Church - An adult education discussion and lecture about The Book of Jeremiah will be from 9:30 a.
The Franciscan Biblical Study Centre in Tokyo has published a Japanese version of the Book of Jeremiah, which completes the Centre's translation of the Bible, carried out in thirty-seven installments.
Embedded in the Book of Jeremiah, for example, are six laments or confessions which show the prophet complaining to God rather forcefully and protesting his innocence while crying out for vindication over his enemies (cf.
As we read the book of Jeremiah, we sense that his audience was not receptive.
18) In the Book of Jeremiah, another Hananiah is the prophet of peace who speaks of freedom and the fall of Nebuchadnezzar, when Jeremiah speaks of the captivity that the children of Israel have yet to endure.
A LEOPARD NEVER CHANGES ITS SPOTS This is from The Book of Jeremiah in the Bible, which reads: "Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots?
A sampling of topics: Noah's architecture and the role of sacred space, space and the body in Deuteronomy 6:4-9, and gendered sacred space in the Book of Jeremiah.
Furthermore, Maccabees forms part of the Apocrypha and therefore possesses less validity than the book of Jeremiah.
Apart from Genesis, the book of Jeremiah also features in the collection.
Walter Brueggemann (The Theology of the Book of Jeremiah, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006) suggests that Rachel's weeping is warranted after the exile (Jer 31:5), as is the weeping of the mothers of Bethlehem, who cannot be comforted by the therapists of the day.
Central Lutheran Church - The Book of Jeremiah will be the topic for the adult education session from 9:30 a.
The book of Jeremiah promises that a majority of the world's Jewry will be in the Promised Land prior to Armageddon.