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Jeremiah: A Fresh Reading
Description: In this careful reconstruction of the prophet Jeremiah's life and work, Professor Holladay attempts to sort out Jeremiah's utterances chronologically and to hear them as closely as possible within the context of the events of their time. Jeremiah is a model for us to understand the prophets of the Old Testament. But more than that, he alone of the prophets saw ...more
Paperback, 177 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Wipf & Stock Publishers
(first published July 1990)
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This book is billed as the follow up to Prophet Out of Time and his Hermeneia commentary, but in reality it is little different from the former. Reads like an update of that book. Both are very good general introductions to the book (non-technical), but if you read one, don't bother with the other. It might be more profitable to read Fresh Reading rather than Out of Time. See my review of that book too.