Theology of the Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy
Fortress Press, 1997 - 777 էջ
In this powerful book, Walter Brueggemann moves the discussion of Old Testament theology beyond the dominant models of Walter Eichrodt in the 1930s and Gerhard von Rad in the 1950s.
Brueggemann focuses on the metaphor and imagery of the courtroom trial in order to regard the theological substance of the Old Testament as a series of claims asserted for Yahweh, the God of Israel. This provides a context that attends to pluralism in every dimension of the interpretive process and suggests links to the plurality of voices of our time.
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The assertion of Yahweh's intentionality , however , vetoes such an intention on Israel's initiative . This assertion of Yahweh thus functions as a powerful assurance : Israel is not to resign itself in its despair .
If we fully credit the articulations of judgment in the texts contemplating exile , we may believe that Yahweh's intention is to end things with Israel , who is like a pot that “ can never be mended ” ( Jer 19:11 ) .
... of God in this aniconic tradition , so that the human person most fully provides clues to the character of God as “ person ” and “ personal . ” This claim has important positive force as well as negative , aniconic intention .
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FROM THE BEGINNING TO THE END OF A GENERATIVE Period
THE CONTEMPORARY SITUATION
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