Jeremiah (Chalice Commentaries for Today)

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Chalice Press, Jun 1, 2004 - Religion - 176 pages
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The Chalice Commentaries for Today series is designed to help pastors and laity who are open to contemporary critical scholarship claim the Bible for their lives in exegetically and theologically relevant ways. In clear, non-technical language, the series engages both the world of the Bible and the present world in a dialogue between the Bible, tradition, culture, and a vision of a God who is passionately involved with the full life of the world. In this commentary on the book of Jeremiah, Jorge Pixley works from the Hebrew Masoretic Text (MT), examining both the poetic and prose discourses of the prophetic book.

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Jorge Pixley is an internationally known biblical scholar who has written extensively on the Old Testament. He has taught at seminaries in Argentina, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico.

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