Provocation and Punishment

The Anger of God in the Book of Jeremiah and Deuteronomistic Theology

Author: Samantha Joo

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 334

View: 541

This book examines the problem of theodicy arising from the fall of Jerusalem (587 B.C.E.) in the book of Jeremiah. It explores the ways in which the authors of the book of Jeremiah tried to explain away their God's responsibility while clinging to the idea of divine mastery over human affairs. In order to trace the development of a particular book's understanding of God's role in meting out punishments, this book analyzes all the passages containing the word pivotal,הכעיס (“to provoke to anger”) in Deuteronomistic History and the book of Jeremiah.

Uprooting and Planting

Essays on Jeremiah for Leslie Allen

Author: John Goldingay

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 404

View: 873

This Festschrift for Leslie C. Allen reflects the ferment in studies of Jeremiah. A group of international scholars examine the location of the prophecies in Jeremiah's life and consider the book's social, ethical, theological, political, and devotional implications.

Paradiso

Author: Dante Alighieri

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN:

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 888

View: 521

Pardiso is the third of three volumes of a new edition and translation of Dantes's masterpiece, The Divine Comedy. Similar to volumes I Inferno and II Purgatorio, this translation will be into English prose, emphasizing the literal-vs-phonetic. A newly edited version of the Italian text will be on facing pages and includes fully comprehensive notes with the latest in contemporary scholarship.

The Hebrew Bible Today

An Introduction to Critical Issues

Author: Steven L. McKenzie

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 736

Dealing with each section of the canon, this book explains standard questions, paying special attention to where scholars agree and where they don't.

Egypt as a Place of Refuge

Author: Garrett Galvin

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 976

"Garrett Galvin examines biblical texts from a number of different time periods (1 Kgs 11:14-12:24; Jeremiah 46; Matt. 2:13-15, 19-21) in order to highlight the importance of literary genre for understanding the phenomenon of Egypt as a place of refuge in the Old Testament."--Back cover

ESV, MacArthur Study Bible, 2nd Edition

Unleashing God's Truth One Verse at a Time

Author: Thomas Nelson

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 2048

View: 246

Over 2 million readers around the world have had their spiritual lives enriched and their understanding of God’s Word expanded by The MacArthur Study Bible. Drawing on more than fifty years of dedicated pastoral and scholarly work, Dr. John MacArthur’s verse-by-verse study notes, book introductions, and articles display an unparalleled commitment to interpretive precision—with the goal of making God known through His Word. Features include: Fully redesigned second edition with updated study notes and expanded selection of maps and charts Nearly 25,000 verse-by-verse study notes 190 in-text maps, charts, and diagrams that illustrate the meanings, themes, teachings, people, and places of Scripture Outline of Systematic Theology More than 80,000 cross-references Concordance Bible reading plans Chronology of Old Testament Patriarchs and Judges Chronology of Old Testament Kings and Prophets Chronology of the New Testament Overviews of Christ’s Life, Ministry, and Passion Week Harmony of the Gospels Introductions to each major section of Scripture Index to Key Bible Doctrines

KJV Apologetics Study Bible

Author: CSB Bibles by Holman

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Bibles

Page: 1728

View: 696

Now available in the King James translation (KJV), the KJV Apologetics Study Bibles helps today’s Christians better understand, defend, and proclaim their beliefs in an age of increasing moral and spiritual relativism. This revised and updated edition includes articles and extensive Christian apologetics Bible study material from today’s leading apologists to reflect and provide deeper understanding of the relevant apologetics issues and questions being discussed today. Includes commentary from over 90 leading apologists, among them: Ted Cabal, Lee Strobel, Chuck Colson, Paul Copan, Norm Geisler, Hank Hanegraaff, Josh McDowell, Albert Mohler, J.P. Moreland, Ravi Zacharias, and many more -- plus a lead article by Lee Strobel (The Case for Christ). Features included in the KJV Study Bible: Apologetics focused study notes Apologetics articles from leading apologists “Twisted Scripture” explanations for commonly misunderstood passages Profiles of Christian apologists Designed pages Presentation page Book Introductions Words of Christ in red Two-column text 9.75-point type size Smyth-sewn binding Ribbon marker Full-color maps The KJV Apologetics Study Bible features the authorized version of the King James translation (KJV). The KJV Christian Bible is one of the bestselling versions of all time and captures the beauty and majesty of God’s Word for those who love the rich heritage and reverent language of this rendering of the Holy Bible. Whether you’re looking for a Christian devotional Bible, a great resource for your Bible studies or a study Bible for women, men, or students, KJV Bibles by Holman help you deepen your relationship with God.

The Elusive Prophet

The Prophet As a Historical Person, Literary Character and Anonymous Artist

Author: Johannes Cornelis De Moor

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 286

View: 810

Who were the prophets of Israel? Historically spoken the prophets have become elusive personalities. In this volume they are rediscovered as literary characters drawn by the gifted artists and theologians who shaped the prophetic books of the Old Testament.