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

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Author Index
Ackroyd, Peter R. 108n15, 127n14
Albertz, Rainer 89, 122n8, 123n3, 126n6
Althusser, Louis 119n24
Anderson, Bernhard W. 112n39, 129n39
Anderson, Francis I. 93, 127n17
Augustine 9
Baker, J. Wayne 109n20
Barnet, Richard J. 123n2
Barr, James 114n2
Barrett, Michele 119n24
Barth, Karl 9, 102, 129n37
Barton, John 95,127n22-23
Bauman, Zygmunt 123n13
Beal, Timothy K. 122n44
Beck, Astrid B. 109n24
Bellah, Robert N. 12, 109n21
Bellis, Alice O. 109n25, 111n2l
Bentzen, A. 112n39
Bercuson, David Jay 112n34
Berger, Peter L. 59, 122n1
Blarney, Kathleen 119n22
Blenkinsopp, Joseph 109n30
Bloom, Allan D. 128n31
Bloom, Harold 21, 110n3
Blount, Brian K. 31, 112n40
Blumenthal, David 110n2
Bockmuehl, Markus 108n17
Bollas, Christopher 128n36
Bowden, John 125n19
Braaten, Carl 107n3
Broyles, Craig C. 111 n 15
Brueggemann, Walter 108n9n16, 111n11n15, 114n5, 115n12-15, 116n20-21, 121n40n43, 122n8n12,124n5n10
Buber, Martin 114n7, 115n15
Bullinger, Heinrich 109n20
Burkhardt, Helmut 108n17
Caputo, John 18f,110n31-36
Carroll, Robert P. 45-46, 49, 51f, 117n1-3n13,119n24, 120n25-27, 121n33-34
Cazelles, Henri 120n32
Chaney, Marvin L. 124n11
Chenowith, Linda 27
Childs, Brevard S. 21, 30f, 45f, 107n3, 110n1, 112n39, 117n6, 120n32
Chopp, Rebecca S. 108n14, 128n27
Clements, Ronald E. 21, 46, 110n1, 117n7
Coats, George W. 117n7, 127n14
Coote, Robert B. 124n16
Crenshaw, James L. 107n7, 18n18
Cross, Frank Moore 112n39, 124n4
Crüsemann, Frank 124n6, 128n30
Daube, David 122n10
Dawn, Marva J. 124n8
Day, Peggy L. 111n21
Dearman, J. Andrew 47, 50f, 117n14,121n38
Dell, Katherine E. 127n15n21
Derrida, Jacques 18f
Diamond, A. R. 45, 117n4
Dicken, E. W. T. 107n1
Dietrich, Walter 126n6
Dresner, Samuel H. 6, 107n5
Duhm, Bernhard 45
Dutcher-Walls, Patricia 117n15

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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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