Add To Cart
Add To Cart
- Media Type▼▲
- Theological Tradition▼▲
- Author / Artist▼▲
- Top Rated▼▲
Number of Pages: 960
Vendor: Yale University Press
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 9.50 X 6.50 X 2.0 (inches)|
Series: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary
Jeremiah 21-36: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]Jack R. LundbomYale University Press / 2007 / Hardcover$56.99 Retail:
$85.00Save 33% ($28.01)
The Epistles of John: Anchor Yale Bible Commentary [AYBC]Raymond E. BrownYale University Press / 2007 / Trade Paperback$49.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
$75.00Save 33% ($25.01)
Jeremiah, long considered one of the most colorful of the ancient Israelite prophets, comes to life in Jack R. Lundboms Jeremiah 1-20. From his boyhood call to prophecy in 627 b.c.e., which Jeremiah tried to refuse, to his scathing judgments against the sins and hypocrisy of the people of Israel, Jeremiah charged through life with passion and emotion. He saw his fellow Israelites abandon their one true God, and witnessed the predictable outcome of their disregard for Gods word their tragic fall to the Babylonians.
The first book of a three-volume Anchor Bible commentary, Jack R. Lundboms eagerly awaited exegesis of Jeremiah investigates the opening twenty chapters of this Old Testament giant. With considerable skill and erudition, Lundbom leads modern readers through this prophets often mysterious oracles, judgments, and visions. He quickly dispels the notion that the life and words of a seventh-century b.c.e. Israelite prophet can have no relevance for the contemporary reader. Clearly, Jeremiah was every bit as concerned as we are with issues like terrorism, hypocrisy, environmental pollution, and social justice.
This impressive work of scholarship, essential to any biblical studies curriculum, replaces John Brights landmark Anchor Bible commentary on Jeremiah. Like its predecessor, Jeremiah 1-20 draws on the best biblical scholarship to further our understanding of the weeping prophet and his message to the world.
Jack R. Lundbom is an internationally respected authority on Jeremiah. He has taught at the University of California, Berkeley, and held visiting appointments at Andover Newton Theological School, Yale Divinity School, The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and Uppsala University in Sweden. Dr. Lundbom has traveled and lectured widely in Europe, the Near East, Africa, and the United States. He has twice been a Fulbright Professor in Germany, at Universität Marburg in 1988--1989 and Universität Tübingen in 2002. His many publications include Jeremiah: A Study in Ancient Hebrew Rhetoric and The Early Career of the Prophet Jeremiah. He is a Life Member at Clare Hall, Cambridge University.