|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Biblical authority in the post-critical period -- Biblical authority : a personal reflection -- Biblical authority and the church's task of interpretation -- Twentieth-century Old Testament studies : a quick survey -- Biblical faith as narrative, recital, confession: an introduction to von Rad's Old Testament theology -- The loss and recovery of creation in Old Testament theology -- The ABCs of Old Testament theology in the United States -- Contemporary Old Testament theology : a contextual prospectus -- Biblical theology appropriately postmodern -- Theology of the Old Testament : a prompt retrospect -- Israel's creation faith: response to J. Richard Middleton -- Against the stream : Brevard Child's biblical theology -- Walter Brueggemann's theology of the Old Testament: testimony, dispute, advocacy: a review by Brevard Childs and a response.
|| The purpose of this collection of Brueggemann's essays is to bring to the fore a much more extensive critical engagement on his part with the current discussion about the Old Testament, its character, its authority, its theology, and especially its God.... Readers of these essays who think they may have grasped what Brueggemann has to say about the theology of the Old Testament from reading his magnum opus will find that he is still thinking, still listening, and still helping us understand the scriptures of Israel and the church at an ever deeper level.
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