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After the invasion : a reading of Jeremiah 40-44

Author: Keith Bodner
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015.
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In the wake of the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem and the displacement of exile, there is a unique story that is told about the remnant left behind after the invasion. The narrative of Jeremiah 40-44 unfolds the challenges and crises of this community who remain in Judah as they negotiate their survival following the catastrophe of Jerusalem's fall. After the Invasion shares the often overlooked, but compelling  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Bodner
ISBN: 0198743009 9780198743002
OCLC Number: 995507622
Description: 179 p.
Contents: List of Abbreviations ; Introduction to After the Invasion ; 1. The Imperial Voice ; 2. A Gathering Storm ; 3. Treachery at Mizpah ; 4. Specters of Conflicts Past ; 5. The Prophet's Reactivation ; 6. Absconding to Egypt ; 7. Requiem for the Departed ; Conclusion to After the Invasion ; Bibliography
Responsibility: Keith Bodner.

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This book provides a literary reading of five later chapters of the book of Jeremiah set in the period following the fall of Jerusalem to the Babylonians.  Read more...

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This book is a good addition to studies in Jeremiah * Gary Hall, Evangelical Theological Society * Keith Bodner takes an often ignored text in Jeremiah and reveals it as a fascinating narrative, full Read more...

 
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