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Jeremiah 2 : a commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, chapters 26-52

Author: William Lee Holladay; Paul D Hanson
Publisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, ©1989.
Series: Hermeneia--a critical and historical commentary on the Bible.
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Genre/Form: Reference works
Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Lee Holladay; Paul D Hanson
ISBN: 0800660226 9780800660222
OCLC Number: 20253241
Description: xxxi, 543 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword to Hermeneia --
Author's foreword --
Editor's note --
Introduction : Preliminary remarks --
Part one : The text of the Book of Jeremiah. The relation of M and G ; the nature of G : preliminary remarks --
The contrastive sequence of chapters in G and M --
The contrast in translation of the two halves of G --
The translation technique of the old Greek --
The date of the old Greek translation --
The origin of the proto-Septuagintal and proto-Masoretic texts ; the nature of the proto-Septuagintal text --
The nature and date of the proto-Masoretic text --
The later Greek versions --
The Vulgate (V) --
The Peshitta (S) --
The Aramaic Targum (T) --
Part two : Analysis of the literary development of the Book of Jeremiah. Preliminary remarks --
History of discussion --
A plausible theory for the growth of the book of Jeremiah : preliminary remarks --
The first two scrolls, and the identification of the first scroll : chapters 1-6 --
Further discussion of the initial form of the second scroll : chapters 7-10 --
A fresh scroll in 594? --
The inclusion of four prose passages --
Three small sequences now found within chapters 21-24 --
The preservation of other early material now found in chapters 10-20 --
A separate, hopeful scroll : the development of chapters 26-36 --
The oracles against foreign nations ; the addition of 25:15-29 and 30-38 --
The narrative of the final months of Jeremiah's career, chapters 37-44 --
Later additions to the collection --
Part three : The prophet Jeremiah. Preliminary remarks --
Section A : The life and times of Jeremiah. Birth of Jeremiah (627-626) ; Josiah's reform (622) --
The septennial reading of Deuteronomy --
A propagandist for Josiah (615-609) ; the Battle of Megiddo (609) --
From the Temple Sermon (609) to the Battle of Carchemish (605) ; the first scroll --
The Babylonian invasion of Philistia (604) ; the drought begins ; the king burns the scroll (601) --
The word of irrevocable judgment ; the second scroll ; the counter-liturgy of drought and battle ; the declaration of celibacy and the smashing of the flask ; the opposition of the optimistic prophets and the first confessions (601-600) --
Babylon renews the pressure on Judah ; the first siege of Jerusalem (599-597) --
The Jerusalem Conference and its consequences (594) --
The second siege of Jerusalem (588-587) --
The new covenant : the flight into Egypt (587) --
Conclusion --
Section B : The sources on which Jeremiah drew : the data. Preliminary remarks --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of the traditions in Genesis --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of Moses and to material in Exodus --
Possible parallels in Leviticus and Numbers --
Possible parallels in Joshua and Judges --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of events in the time of Samuel --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of events during the kingship of David and Solomon --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of the ninth-century prophets --
Jeremiah's reminiscences of the eighth-century siege of Jerusalem --
Jeremiah's dependence on the eighth- and seventh-century prophets : preliminary remarks --
Jeremiah's dependence on Amos --
Jeremiah's dependence on Hosea --
Jeremiah's dependence on Isaiah --
Jeremiah's dependence on Micah --
Jeremiah's dependence on the seventh-century prophets : Zephaniah, Nahum, Habakkuk --
Relations between Jeremiah and Deuteronomy : preliminary remarks --
Relations between Jeremiah and Deuteronomy 32 and 33. Deuteronomy 12-26 as background for Jeremiah's poetry --
Deuteronomy 12-26 as background for Jeremiah's prose --
Material in the prose of Deuteronomy outside chapters 12-26 as background for Jeremiah's poetry and prose --
Jeremiah's dependence on the Decalogue and on the Curses : were these parts of proto-Deuteronomy? --
Two instances of dependence between Jeremiah and Deuteronomy : in which direction? --
Instances in which late Deuteronomy appears to be dependent on Jeremiah --
The shape of proto-Deuteronomy --
The question of Huldah's oracle --
Relations between Jeremiah and the Psalms : preliminary remarks --
Psalms on which Jeremiah drew : cases of fair certitude --
Mutual borrowing? : Psalm 107 --
Psalms dependent on Jeremiah --
Jeremiah's dependence on the wisdom tradition, especially Proverbs --
Section C : The person and proclamation of Jeremiah. Preliminary remarks --
The prophet Jeremiah : his tradition and his role --
Jeremiah's use of language --
The content of Jeremiah's proclamation --
Section D : The impact of Jeremiah on his own and later generations. Preliminary remarks --
Jeremiah's impact on his own generation --
Jeremiah's impact on Ezekiel --
Jeremiah's impact on Lamentations --
Jeremiah's impact on the exilic Deuteronomists --
Jeremiah's impact on Job --
Jeremiah's impact on Deutero-Isaiah --
Jeremiah's impact on Trito-Isaiah --
Jeremiah's impact on the remainder of the Isaianic corpus --
Jeremiah's impact on Zechariah 1-8 --
Jeremiah's impact on the remainder of the prophetic corpora --
Jeremiah's impact on Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles --
Jeremiah's impact on Daniel and on the Deuterocanonical Books --
Jermiah's impact on the Pseudepigrapha --
Jeremiah's impact on the Qumran literature --
Jeremiah's impact on the New Testament --
Commentary. 26:1-24 : The Temple Sermon and its consequences --
27:1-22 : The yoke of the King of Babylon --
28:1-17 : Jeremiah's confrontation with Hananiah --
29:1-23 : A letter to the exiles --
29:24-32 : Shemaiah opposes the message of Jeremiah --
30:1-31:40 : The book of comfort --
32:1-44 : Jeremiah buys a field --
33:1-13 : God will rebuild the houses of Jerusalem --
33:14-26 : A future for Levitical priests and Davidic kingship --
34:1-7 : The fate of Zedekiah --
34:8-22 : Breach of faith concerning slavery --
35:1-19 : The example of the Rechabites --
36:1-32 : The king burns Jeremiah's scroll --
37:1-44:30 : The final months of Jeremiah's career --
45:1-5 : Yahweh's word to Baruch --
46:1-51:58 : The oracles against foreign nations --
46:1-12 : Egypt has stumbled and fallen --
46:13-28 : Egypt will go into exile --
47:1-7 : Philistia will be washed away --
48:1-47 : Moab will be brought down --
49:1-6 : Rabbah will be destroyed, and the Ammonites dispossessed --
49:7-22 : Edom will fall --
49:23-27 : The Aramean cities will panic and be deserted --
49:28-33 : Both nomadic and sedentary Arabs will be defeated --
49:34-39 : Yahweh's sovereignty reaches even to Elam --
50:1-51:58 : Babylon too will fall --
51:59-64 : Jeremiah sends word to Babylon of her destruction --
52:1-34 : A historical appendix --
Bibliography.
Series Title: Hermeneia--a critical and historical commentary on the Bible.
Responsibility: by William L. Holladay ; edited by Paul D. Hanson.

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