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Land Revised Edition (Overtures to Biblical…
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Land Revised Edition (Overtures to Biblical Theology) (udgave 2002)

af Walter Brueggemann (Forfatter)

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The land was one of the most vibrant symbols for the people of ancient Israel. In the land—gift, promise, and challenge—was found the physical source of Israel's fertility and life, and a place for the gathering of the hopes of the covenant people. In this careful treatment, Walter Brueggemann follows the development of his theme through the major blocks of Israel's traditions. The book provides a point of entrance both to the theology of the Old Testament and to aspects of the New Testament—even as it illuminates crucial issues of the contemporary scene. In this fully revised version, Brueggemann provides new insights, as well as updating the discussion, notes, and bibliography.… (mere)
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Titel:Land Revised Edition (Overtures to Biblical Theology)
Forfattere:Walter Brueggemann (Forfatter)
Info:FORTRESS PRESS (2002), Edition: 2, 256 pages
Samlinger:Creation and Nature, Dit bibliotek
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The Land: Place As Gift, Promise, and Challenge in Biblical Faith af Walter Brueggemann

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  collectionmcc | Mar 6, 2018 |
What Brueggemann does here is what Brueggemann does. He takes you over familiar terrain and allows you to see the lay of the land from a whole new vantage point than you ever have before. As in general, I don't always agree with his particulars but he does describe a trajectory which I think is fundamentally correct. Much of what he says here has implications for Creation care, economics, our understanding of covenant.
The theme of land is not a minor theme in the Old Testament. Brueggemann is able to trace Israel's movement to 'the land' through to their exile and hope for restoration (as well as offering a suggestive read of how these texts inform or reading of the New Testament). He offers a dialectic of land and landlessness (grasping leads to homelessness; gift leads to home).

When he draws the implications of land and biblical economics forward, he is able to address contemporary issues prophetically. He addresses wealth distribution, Israel/Palestine, the environment, and consumerism.

Good read and helpful theological lens for understanding the Bible!

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The land was one of the most vibrant symbols for the people of ancient Israel. In the land—gift, promise, and challenge—was found the physical source of Israel's fertility and life, and a place for the gathering of the hopes of the covenant people. In this careful treatment, Walter Brueggemann follows the development of his theme through the major blocks of Israel's traditions. The book provides a point of entrance both to the theology of the Old Testament and to aspects of the New Testament—even as it illuminates crucial issues of the contemporary scene. In this fully revised version, Brueggemann provides new insights, as well as updating the discussion, notes, and bibliography.

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