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The book of the prophet Jeremiah, chapters 26-52

Author: Ernest W Nicholson
Publisher: London ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1975.
Series: Cambridge Bible commentary. New English Bible.
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The first volume of Dr Nicholson's commentary on Jeremiah, dealing with chapters 1-25, was published in 1973. In this second volume, continuing from chapter 26 onwards, Dr Nicholson again introduces the text with a survey of the historical background to the life and ministry of the prophet during the last decades of the Kingdom of Judah, and discusses the composition of the book, giving an outline of its dominant  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest W Nicholson
ISBN: 0521204976 9780521204972 052109867X 9780521098670
OCLC Number: 1612512
Description: xi, 247 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: The footnotes to the N.E.B. text --
Table of events in the seventh and sixth centuries B.C. bearing on the nook of Jeremiah --
Jeremiah's ministry in its historical setting --
The book of Jeremiah --
The religious ideas of the book of Jeremiah --
A note on further reading --
Index.
Series Title: Cambridge Bible commentary. New English Bible.
Other Titles: Bible.
Responsibility: commentary by Ernest W. Nicholson.
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The first volume of Dr Nicholson's commentary on Jeremiah, dealing with chapters 1-25, was published in 1973. In this second volume, continuing from chapter 26 onwards, Dr Nicholson again introduces the text with a survey of the historical background to the life and ministry of the prophet during the last decades of the Kingdom of Judah, and discusses the composition of the book, giving an outline of its dominant religious ideas. The main body of the volume, in the integrated style now established for this series, contains the New English Bible translation of the text, divided into brief sections, alternating with sections of commentary. The results of recent Old Testament scholarship and modern theological thought are conveyed in simple language to the student and layman.

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