Texts That Linger, Words That Explode: Listening to Prophetic Voices

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“Texts That Linger, Words That Explode” was originally published in Theology Today 54 (1997) 180-99. Used by permission.

“Rereading the Book of Isaiah” was originally published under the name “Five Strong Rereadings of the Book of Isaiah” in The Bible in Human Society: Essays in Honor of John Rogerson. Edited by M. Daniel, R. P. Carroll, D. J. A. Clines, and P. R. Davies. JSOTSup 200. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1995, 87-104. Used by permission.

“The Prophetic Word of God and History” was originally published in Interpretation 48 (1994) 239-51. Used by permission.

“The ‘Baruch Connection’: Reflections on Jeremiah 43:1-7” was originally published in Journal of Biblical Literature 113 (1994) 405-20. Used by permission.

“The Scandal and Liberty of Particularity” was originally published in a substantially different form as “Ecumenism as the Shared Practice of a Peculiar Identity” in Word & World 18 (1998) 122-35. Used by permission.

“Exodus in the Plural (Amos 9:7)” was originally published in Many Voices, One God. Edited by Walter Brueggemann and George Stroup. Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1998. Used by permission.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Editor’s Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1- Texts That Linger. Words That Explode 1
  • 2- Rereading the Book of Isaiah 21
  • 3- The Prophetic Word of God and History 35
  • 4- The "Baruch Connection":Reflections on Jeremiah 45:1-7 45
  • 5- The Scandal and Liberty of Particularity 59
  • 6- Always in the Shadow of the Empire 73
  • 7- Exodus in the Plural (Amos 9:7) 89
  • Abbreviations 105
  • Notes 107
  • Credits 131
  • Author Index 133
  • Scripture 1Ntdex 137
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