God in the Fray

God in the Fray

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This volume engages the work of Walter Brueggemann, most of which has been published by Fortress Press. The volume centers on the character of God in the text of the Old Testament as a site of theological tension and even ambivalence. Biblical faith never experiences God as entirely above the fray but rather as entangled in history, astonishingly transformative, and impinged upon by the voices of the suffering. Brueggemann's monumental Theology of the Old Testament addresses this fact with great theological insight and rigor, and the internationally renowned biblical scholars writing here engage and extend his insights into the qunsettled Character . . . at the center of the text.qEdited by Patrick D. Miller. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1995. 292 pages. ... aquot;Five Strong Rereadings of the Book of Isaiah.aquot; In The Bible in Human ... The Threat of Life: Sermons on Pain, Power, and Weakness. Edited by Charles L. Campbell.


Title:God in the Fray
Author: Walter Brueggemann, Tod Linafelt, Timothy Kandler Beal
Publisher:Fortress Press -
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