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

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Scripture 1ntdex
Genesis————
1:1—2:4a82
1:4S3
1:683
1:783
1:1483
1:218.ï
1:24-2583
9:1612
12:12-2075
18:1-1536f,
114n5
37:354
47:13-2675
EXODUS————
1-1537,61,
74f, 95
1:896
1:15-2237
1:1796
2:1-1096
2:23-2540, 76, 96
2:2596
3:7-1440
7-1176
8:1876
8:2364
8:2576
9:665
9:25-2665
10:1-262, 76
10:8-1076
10:2476
11:6-765
12-1362, 76
12:11-2296
12:1662
12:2777
12:3276, 78
12:44-4977
15:2176
18:862
18:1462
19:578
20:1-1777
20:18-2178
21:1-1178
25-3183
35-4083
Leviticus————
18:383
19:283
20:24-2583
Deuteronomy————
4:5-891f
6:4126n3
6:58
6:168
8:1-2082
8:38
10:17-1967
12:5-791f
12:1491f
14:28-2968
15:1-1865, 81
15:1565
16:1-862
16:9-1762
16:1163,68
16:1263, 68
16:1468
17:14-2082, 91
24:1768
24:1868
24:19-2168
24:2268
26:12-1368
I SAMUEL————
2:717
17:4641
2 SAMUEL————
7:11-1692
7:12-1690
7:18-219(1
7:18-2990
7:2290
7:23-2490
7:2390
I KINGS————
3:175
8:12-13126n11
8:27-30126n11
2. KINGS————
22:11108n9
23:21-2362,81
2 Chronicles————
35:204
NEHEMIAH
1:44
2:5-863
5:1-1385
5:8-1169
8:1-1264, 85
8:13-1864, 85
966
9:36-3766
9:37125n18
9:38—10:3966

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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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