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The Fiery Throne: The Prophets and Old Testament Theology

Author: 
K. C. Hanson (Editor) Walther Zimmerli (Author)
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Description

This work brings together some of Zimmerli's most important and interesting work on Old Testament theology and the prophets. He is especially renowned for his works on Ezekiel, Jeremiah, and the prophetic exper-ience. An excellent supplementary textbook for courses in the Old Testament or Bible, it includes additional notes and bibliography for each essay to show how the discussion has continued.

In order to make it more helpful for students, each essay has been supplemented with additional notes and bibliography to show where the discussion has continued since Gunkel. This will provide an excellent supplementary textbook for courses in the Old Testament or Bible.

Key Features:

  • Provides a fresh perspective on biblical theology
  • Editor's foreword highlights the importance of Zimmerli's work
  • Includes updated notes and bibliographies
  • Indexes of ancient sources and authors
ISBN: 
9780800636203
Price: 
$19.00
Release date: 
October 8, 2003
Pages: 
200
Width: 
6
Height: 
9

Endorsements

"The prophets come vividly alive in these marvelous essays by one of our greatest Old Testament theologians in recent times. The essays on Ezekiel alone are worth the price of the book. Zimmerli probes deeply into the texts and writes clearly and with much theological acumen."
– Patrick D. Miller, Princeton Theological Seminary, Author of They Cried to the Lord: The Form and Theology of Biblical Prayer

Table of Contents

  1. Prophetic Proclamation and Reinterpretation
  2. From Prophetic Word to Prophetic Book
  3. The Land in the Prophets
  4. Visionary Experience in Jeremiah
  5. The Message of Ezekiel
  6. The Word of God in Ezekiel
  7. Form and Tradition in Ezekiel
  8. Biblical Theology