Front Cover

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Title Page

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Contents

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pp. v-viii

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Foreword

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p. ix

The name Hermeneia, Greek έρμηνεία, has been chosen as the title of the commentary series to which this volume belongs. The word Hermeneia has a rich background in the history of biblical interpretation as a term used in the ancient Greek-speaking ...

Author's Foreword

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pp. xi-xiii

Reference Codes

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pp. xiv-xxi

Editor’s Note

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p. xxii

A Chronology of Jeremiah’s Career

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pp. 1-10

Commentary: Jeremiah 1

The Title of the Book (1:1–3)

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pp. 13-17

The Call, and Associated Visions (1:4–19)

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pp. 18-46

The Accusation of Harlotry and the Appeal to Repent (2:1–4:4)

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pp. 47-131

Wars and Rumors of Wars (4:5–10:25)

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pp. 132-138

Yahweh Can and Will Impose the Sentence of Death Jeremiah (4:5–31)

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pp. 139-172

Even the Leaders Have Broken the Yoke Jeremiah (5:1–9)

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pp. 173-182

Jeremiah Will Mediate the Fire of Yahweh on the Nation Jeremiah (5:10–17)

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pp. 183-189

Two Brief Reflections on Judgment Jeremiah (5:18–19)

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pp. 190-191

The Rich Oppress the Poor Jeremiah (5:20–29)

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pp. 192-199

The Prophets and Priests Reject Their Calling Jeremiah (5:30–31)

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pp. 200-201

Can the People Change and So Avoid Destruction? Jeremiah (6:1–8)

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pp. 202-209

Yahweh’s Wrath Will Be Poured on Young and Old Alike Jeremiah (6:9–15)

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pp. 210-217

Yahweh Rejects Their Sacrifices Jeremiah (6:16–26)

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pp. 218-226

Jeremiah the Assayer Jeremiah (6:27–30)

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pp. 227-233

The Temple Sermon Jeremiah (7:1–15)

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pp. 234-249

No More Intercession Jeremiah (7:16–20)

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pp. 250-256

Sacrifices Have Never Been Yahweh’s Will Jeremiah (7:21–28)

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pp. 257-263

Child Sacrifice Will Bring Total Destruction Jeremiah (7:29–34)

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pp. 264-270

Pagan Worship Will Bring Its Own Punishment Jeremiah (8:1–3)

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pp. 271-272

Not Only Will the Enemy Destroy: Even the Order of Creation Will Fall Jeremiah (8:4–13)

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pp. 273-286

The Coming Destruction of the People Brings Jeremiah to Weep Jeremiah 8:14–23 [9:1]

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pp. 287-295

Sins of the Tongue Jeremiah 9:1–8 [2–9]

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pp. 296-302

Even Yahweh Will Weep Over What Is Lost Jeremiah 9:9–10 [10–11]

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pp. 303-305

An Explanation for Misery Jeremiah 9:11–15 [12–16]

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pp. 306-308

Death Has Entered Our Citadels Jeremiah 9:16–21 [17–22]

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pp. 309-315

Let One’s Boast Be in Knowing Yahweh Jeremiah 9:22–23 [23–24]

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pp. 316-318

Circumcision Will Avail Nothing Jeremiah 9:24–25 [25–26]

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pp. 319-320

The Folly of Idols Jeremiah ( 10:1–16)

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pp. 321-337

Get Ready for Exile! Jeremiah (10:17–25)

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pp. 338-344

There Is Conspiracy Against Yahweh (11:1–17)

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pp. 345-356

The Confessions of Jeremiah

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pp. 357-361

Jeremiah Struggles with the Meaning of Threats to His Life (11:18–12:6)

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pp. 362-382

Yahweh’s Love, Sorrow, and Anger Over His People (12:7–13)

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pp. 383-389

Fresh Glimpses of the Future (12:14–17)

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pp. 390-392

The Linen Loincloth (13:1–12a)

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pp. 393-400

Eat and Drink, but Tomorrow You Will Die (13:12a)

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pp. 401-404

The Darkness Deepens (13:15–17)

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pp. 405-407

The King’s Head Does Not Wear the Crown for Long (13:18–19)

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pp. 408-410

Is It Really Possible for the People to Change? (13:20–27)

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pp. 411-417

A Counter-Liturgy for Drought and Battle (14:1–15:9)

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pp. 418-444

Jeremiah Must Accept the Increasing Pain Laid on Him (15:10–21)

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pp. 445-465

The Call to Celibacy and to Abstention from Funerals and Weddings (16:1–9)

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pp. 466-473

You Will Serve Foreign Gods in a Foreign Land (16:10–13)

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pp. 474-475

A Short Passage on Restoration (16:14–15)

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p. 476

The People Will Be Caught by Fishermen and Hunters (16:16–18)

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pp. 477-479

In the End the Nations Will Turn to Yahweh (16:19–21)

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pp. 480-482

Judah Rebels in the Depth of the Heart and at the Altar of the Temple (17:1–4)

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pp. 483-488

Trust in Yahweh Avails Even in a Time of Dryness (17:5–8)

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pp. 489-493

The Heart Is Devious (17:9–10)

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pp. 494-496

The Partridge Cannot Protect Her Eggs (17:11)

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pp. 497-499

Yahweh’s Ways Are Higher than Their Ways (17:12–13)

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pp. 500-503

Jeremiah Prays for Help from Yahweh (17:14–18)

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pp. 504-507

The Community Must Not Forget the Sabbath (17:19–27)

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pp. 508-511

Yahweh the Potter (18:1–12)

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pp. 512-518

The Faithless People Are Condemned to Endless Walking (18:13–17)

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pp. 519-526

Jeremiah Looks for the People’s Doom As a Sign of the Word from Yahweh (18:18–23)

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pp. 527-533

The Breaking of the Flask, and a Night in the Stocks (19:1–20:6)

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pp. 534-546

Jeremiah Accuses Yahweh of Deceiving Him (20:7–13)

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pp. 547-559

Why Was I Born? (20:14–18)

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pp. 560-566

Zedekiah Begs Jeremiah for a Hopeful Word (21:1–7)

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pp. 567-572

Leave the City and You Will Survive (21:8–10)

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pp. 573-574

The King Must Render Justice (21:11–12)

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pp. 575-576

Jerusalem Deifies Herself (21:13–14)

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pp. 577-579

A Prose Version: The King Must Render Justice (22:1–5)

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pp. 580-582

Destroyers Will Burn the Palace (22:6–7)

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pp. 583-584

Let the Lesson Sink in, Why the City Is Destroyed (22:8–9)

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pp. 585-586

The Captured King Will Not Return (22:10)

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pp. 587-589

A Prose Version: The King Will Not Return (22:11–12)

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p. 590

The King Who Seeks His Own Glory Will Die an Inglorious Death (22:13–19)

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pp. 591-599

Jerusalem Mourns Her Lovers (22:20–23)

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pp. 600-603

The Young King Will Be Lost to History (22:24–27)

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pp. 604-606

A Poetic Version: The Young King Will Be Lost to History (22:28–30)

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pp. 607-612

Yahweh Will Punish the Evil Shepherds and Replace Them with Good Ones (23:1–4)

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pp. 613-615

A Future King Will Carry the Reverse of Zedekiah’s Name and Character (23:5–6)

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pp. 616-620

A New Exodus (23:7–8)

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pp. 621-623

The Prophets and Priests Will Go Down to Perdition (23:9–12)

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pp. 624-629

Jerusalem Is Worse than Samaria (23:13–15)

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pp. 630-632

Yahweh’s Word Is Bad News, Not Good (23:16–20)

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pp. 633-636

The False Prophets Have No Effectiveness (23:21–22)

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pp. 637-638

Is Yahweh Not More Awesome than Anyone Suspects? (23:23–24)

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pp. 639-640

Yahweh’s Word Is Fire and Hammer Blows (23:25–32)

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pp. 641-646

You Are Yahweh’s Burden! (23:33–40)

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pp. 647-653

Good Figs and Putrid Ones (24:1–10)

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pp. 654-660

A Conclusion to the Dictated Scroll (25:1–14)

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pp. 661-669

All the Nations Will Fall to Babylon, and Then Babylon Will Fall (25:15–29)

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pp. 670-676

All Nations Alike Will Stand Before Yahweh, and All Will Be Held Guilty (25:30–38)

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pp. 677-690

Book Spine and Back Cover

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