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Jeremiah 21-36

Jeremiah 21-36

a new translation with introduction and commentary

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Published by Doubleday in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Jeremiah XXI-XXXVI -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [43]-90) and indexes.

    Other titlesJeremiah twenty-one through thirty-six.
    StatementJack R. Lundbom.
    SeriesThe Anchor Bible -- v. 21B., Bible -- v. 21B.
    ContributionsLundbom, Jack R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 649 p. ;
    Number of Pages649
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18212148M
    ISBN 10038541138

    Jeremiah draws on the best biblical scholarship to further our understanding of this preeminent prophet and his message to the world. NITROFLARE LINK: Download Jeremiah A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary by (Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries). Jeremiah English Standard Version (ESV) The New Covenant. 31 “Behold, the days are coming, declares the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah, 32 not like the covenant that I made with their fathers on the day when I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt, my covenant that they broke, though I was their husband.

    CHAPTER Jeremiah PROPHECY AGAINST MOAB. It had taken part with the Chaldeans against Judea (2 Kings ).Fulfilled by Nebuchadnezzar five years after the destruction of Jerusalem, when also he attacked Egypt (Jeremiah ) and Ammon (Jeremiah ). [JOSEPHUS, Antiquities, ,7]. Jeremiah in this prophecy uses that of Isaiah ', amplifying and adapting . Lundbom’s work on Jeremiah 21–36 is the second of a three-volume AB commentary on the book of Jeremiah. His interpretation of the book is based on rhetorical criticism, the details of which he outlines in his earlier volume: Jeremiah 1– A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (New York: Doubleday, ).

    This final book of the three-volume commentary, Lundbom focuses focuses on closing last sixteen chapters of Jeremiah,on one of antiquity's most moving narratives from the Hebrew prophet who witnessed the demise of his nation. Denouncing injustice, sexual immorality, and false prophecy, Jeremiah thunders Yahweh's judgment yet offers hope to the remnant people/5(2). The present study focuses on the theology of the Book of Jeremiah. That theology revolves around themes familiar from Israel's covenantal faith, especially the sovereignty of YHWH expressed in judgment and promise. The outcome of this theological nexus of context, person, and tradition is a book Author: Walter Brueggemann.


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Author Bio Jack R. Lundbom is an internationally respected authority on : Yale University Press. Jeremiah draws on the best biblical scholarship to further our understanding of this preeminent prophet and his message to the world.

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Important themes in the present volume include. This second book of the three-volume Anchor Bible Commentary offers an astute translation and commentary on the middle sixteen chapters of Jeremiah.

Important themes in the present volume include injustice within Judah's royal house, sexual immorality among the clergy, and true versus false prophecy. Yet the prophet who thundered Yahweh's judgment was also the one who gave the remnant people.

1 The word which came to Jeremiah from the Lord in the days of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah, king of Judah, saying, 2 “Go to the house of the # 2 Sam. ; 2 Kin. ; 1 Chr. Rechabites, speak to them, and bring them into the house of the Lord, into one of # 1 Kin.8; 1 Chr.33 the chambers, and give them wine to drink.”.

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The Book of Jeremiah: A Commentary. by Chuck Missler and Koinonia House. Introduction to the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah. The Prophet Jeremiah, son of Hilkiah, was of the sacerdotal race, and a native of Anathoth, a village in the tribe of Benjamin, within a few miles of Jerusalem, which had been appointed for the use of the priests, the descendants of Aaron, Joshua He was called to the prophetic office when very young; probably when he was fourteen years of.

This second book of the three-volume Anchor Bible Commentary offers an astute translation and commentary on the middle sixteen chapters of Jeremiah. Important themes in the present volume include injustice within Judah’s royal house, sexual immorality among the clergy, and true versus false prophecy.

Jeremiah draws on the best. Jeremiah has long been considered one of the most intriguing of the ancient prophets with a life full of both incident and emotion. This second book of the three-volume Anchor Bible Commentary on Jeremiah focuses on one of antiquity's most unusual and moving narratives, and introduces the reader to an individual–in this case a sixth century B.C.

Hebrew prophet–who suffers through and Pages: This second book of the three volume Anchor Yale Bible commentary on Jeremiah by Jack R. Lundbom offers an astute translation and commentary on the middle 16 chapters of Jeremiah.

Important themes in the present volume include injustice within Judah’s royal house, sexual immorality among the clergy, and true versus false prophecy.

Jeremiah A New Translation With Introduction and Commentary (Book): This second book of the three-volume Anchor Bible Commentary offers an astute translation and commentary on the middle sixteen chapters of Jeremiah.

Important themes in the present volume include injustice within Judah's royal house, sexual immorality among the clergy, and true versus false prophecy. Jeremiah - Now viewing scripture range from the book of Jeremiah chapter through chapter Jeremiah Chapter 21 So the king sent Jehudi to fetch the roll: and he took it out of Elishama the scribe's chamber.

And Jehudi read it in the ears of the king, and in the ears of all the princes which stood beside the king. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Jeremiah by Jack R. Lundbom; 3 editions; First published in Jeremiah | Open Library. Jeremiah A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, by Jack R. Lundbom. AB 21B. New York; Doubleday, Pp. xvi + $ (hardcover). Jerem the final chapter of the Book of Jeremiah, is very similar to the end of the Book of Kings.

The first part of the chapter gives an extensive account of the BC fall of Jerusalem (–30; cf. 2 Kgs –), while the second part briefly narrates the release of King Jehoiachin from a prison in Babylon some decades later (–34; cf.

2 Kgs –30). This second book of the three-volume Anchor Bible Commentary offers an astute translation and commentary on the middle sixteen chapters of Jeremiah. Important themes in the present volume include injustice within Judah’s royal house, sexual immorality among the clergy, and true versus false prophecy.

Yet the prophet who thundered Yahweh’s judg. Lundbom also deals with the theology of Jeremiah in this introductory section. The bulk of the three volumes is devoted to commentary on the text.

Lundbom approaches Jeremiah's work section by section, with detailed notes as well as section summaries. Volumes 1 and 3 /5(7).Jeremiah New American Standard Bible (NASB) 19 Luke Luke 20 Luke 22 With Bible Gateway Plus, you gain instant access to a digital Bible study library, including complete notes from the NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible and the New Bible Commentary.

Try it free for 30 days! Volume 2 on Jeremiah 21–36 comprises some pages of ‘translation, notes and comments’, pitched at an audience which would appreciate section headings such as ‘Bad News for Zedekiah’ (for –7) or ‘Bloom Where You Are Planted!’ (for –23).Author: Christoph Bultmann.