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  JewishEncyclopedia.com - JEREMIAH, BOOK OF.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The book, dictated by Jeremiah himself under Jehoiakim, was first worked over by a pupil, probably Baruch, who added later utterances, which he wrote perhaps partly at the dictation of the prophet, but in the main independently, and to which he furthermore added narrative passages (at least for the time preceding the conquest of Jerusalem).
The Book of Jeremiah at a comparatively early date became subject to additions and revisions, which were made especially in the schools and from the material of Deutero-Isaiah; and the only question which suggests itself is whether this critical activity in reality must have continued until the end of the second century or even later.
The book as a whole was first terminated by the addition of the oracle concerning Babylon, and again later by the addition of the account taken from the Book of Kings.
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 Jeremiah, Book of (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
This book of the Bible consists of twenty-three separate and independent sections, arranged in five books.
Jeremiah's prophecies are noted for the frequent repetitions found in them of the same words and phrases and imagery.
Version of this book is, in its arrangement and in other particulars, singularly at variance with the original.
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 Jeremiah's calling and commission
Jeremiah was appointed "a prophet to the nations" (verse 5)—to "all the kingdoms of the world" (25:26).
Of all the prophetic books, Jeremiah is the longest.
Jeremiah's young age at his calling should also serve as an inspiration for any young person reading God's Word who understands the truth and is stirred with a strong conviction to act on what he or she knows.
www.ucgstp.org /bible/brp/jer1.htm   (1900 words)

Jeremiah wrote this book to Judah, the southern kingdom, and its capital city, Jerusalem.
Jeremiah was called to be a prophet during the 13th year of King Josiah's reign.
The book of Jeremiah cannot be followed chronologically, because some of the first messages are found later in the book and some of the last messages are found first.
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 The Marvelous Book of Jeremiah : ChristianCourier.com
The book of Jeremiah is one of the longest books of the Old Testament.
Jeremiah was a timid, sensitive youth who initially shrunk from the awesome responsibility with which he was challenged.
Jeremiah mentions that Jehoiachin, king of Judah, was a captive in Babylon, and that he was treated “kindly” (Jer.
www.christiancourier.com /articles/read/the_marvelous_book_of_jeremiah   (2245 words)

 Book of Jeremiah - Bible Survey
Author: Jeremiah chapter 1, verse 1 identifies the Prophet Jeremiah as the author of the Book of Jeremiah.
Jeremiah 52:12-13, “On the tenth day of the fifth month, in the nineteenth year of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, Nebuzaradan commander of the imperial guard, who served the king of Babylon, came to Jerusalem.
Brief Summary: The Book of Jeremiah is primarily a message of judgment on Judah for rampant idolatry (Jeremiah 7:30-34; 16:10-13; 22:9; 32:29; 44:2-3).
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 The Old Testament Book of Jeremiah
The words of Jeremiah the son of Hilkiah of the priests that were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin.
Jeremiah said, I will not speak in his name, but his word was in my heart as a burning fire and I could not stay.
Jeremiah told the people to amend their ways and obey--and the Lord would repent of the evil that he had pronounced against them.
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 Jeremiah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Jeremiah on the Sistine Chapel ceiling" by Michelangelo.
According to the Book of Jeremiah in the Hebrew Bible, Jeremiah was called to the prophetical office when still young; in the thirteenth year of Josiah (628 BC).
Jeremiah is traditionally credited with authoring the Book of Jeremiah 1 Kings, 2 Kings and the Book of Lamentations with the assistance and under the editorship of Baruch ben Neriah, his scribe and disciple.
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 CliffsNotes::Old Testament:Book Summary and Study Guide
Jeremiah’s earliest prophecies, like those of Zephaniah, are believed to be concerned with the threatened invasion of Judah by the Scythians.
This book, the main part of what we now call the Book of Deuteronomy, was declared to be the word of Yahweh, and King Josiah made it a part of the law of the land.
For a time, Jeremiah was enthusiastic about King Josiah’s decision: The laws were intended not only to correct many of the social injustices that prevailed in the land but also to protect the worship of Yahweh from contamination by the evil influences of heathen forms of worship.
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 USCCB - NAB - Jeremiah - Introduction
Jeremiah was born about 650 B.C. of a priestly family from the little village of Anathoth, near Jerusalem.
Jeremiah saw in the nation's impenitence the sealing of its doom.
Shortly after the exile, the Book of Jeremiah as we have it today was published in a final edition.
www.nccbuscc.org /nab/bible/jeremiah/intro.htm   (456 words)

 Archaeology and the Book of Jeremiah : ChristianCourier.com
The book reveals his valiant attempt to bring these wicked Israelites to repentance, and finally, it contains the prophet’s warning of the judgment that was to be visited upon them (the Babylonian captivity).
It is generally believed that this Gedaliah is the same as that mentioned in the book of Jeremiah.
These discoveries eloquently testify to the veracity of the ancient book of Jeremiah, and, in concert with thousands of other documents, help confirm the Christian’s faith in the absolute accuracy of the biblical writings that profess to be ultimately of divine origin.
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 Book of Jeremiah - L   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Book of Jeremiah, second of the Major Prophets or longer books of the prophetic collection of the Old Testament of the Bible, derives its name from the prophet Jeremiah who lived in Anathoth, on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
His prophetic career ranged from about 626 BC, during the reign of Josiah, at least to the fall of Jerusalem (586 BC) and the deportation of the population; at this time Jeremiah was taken by the remaining Jewish community to Egypt, where he died.
The career of Jeremiah embraced the period of Josiah's reformation (626 - 622 BC); the years of resurgent Judaic nationalism (608 - 597 BC); the period leading to the final demise of Judah (597 - 586 BC); and the time in Egypt.
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 Book of Jeremiah
During the three years of the reign of Jehoahaz we find no reference to Jeremiah, but in the beginning of the reign of Jehoiakim the enmity of the people against him broke out in bitter persecution, and he was placed apparently under restraint (Jer.
Jeremiah procured another roll, and wrote in it the words of the roll the king had destroyed, and "many like words" besides (Jer.
The Book of Jeremiah consists of twenty-three separate and independent sections, arranged in five books.
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 The Book of Jeremiah :: Arend Remmers
Jeremiah now got the task of God to write down all his hitherto existing prophecies into a book.
Finally Jeremiah has a message of consolation, which still remains unfulfilled for it was not yet fulfilled after the 70 years' captivity.
In Darius' second year (which according to Persian counting was the year one) Daniel understood by the books that the 70 years of the desolation of Jerusalem, whereof the word of Jehovah came to Jeremiah the prophet, came to an end (Dan.
www.biblecentre.org /commentaries/ar_28_ot_jeremiah.htm   (1592 words)

 Review of Louis Stulman, Jeremiah
The Book of Jeremiah is like the surrealistic drawings of M.C. Escher: At the moment you think you have found the right perspective to interpret the image, a look at the next section of the image distorts your overall view.
In other words, Jeremiah deconstructs the civil religion of ancient Israel since it will not be of any help in the crisis at hand, or even worse, relying on the traditions is one of the reasons for the divine punishment.
One sentence summarizes correctly the message of Jeremiah in all its actuality for our present time: “Spirituality divorced from ethical behaviour, particularly a commitment to economic/social justice, is a perverse departure from God’s word and therefore lies at the heart of the nation’s problems” (p.19).
www.arts.ualberta.ca /JHS/reviews/review218.htm   (920 words)

 Order Jeremiah
The book of Jeremiah is the longest book in the Bible (in terms of words and verses) and is certainly one of the most complex.
Yet for all of its difficulty, the book’s depth of reflection on divine action and human response, as well as the range and rigor of its rhetoric, has kept the book very much alive in the religious communities that recognize its canonical stature.
Jeremiah is a commentary on a prophetic book that presents many difficult literary, historical, and theological issues for the reader.
www.helwys.com /commentary/pages_010903/orders/order_jeremiah.html   (307 words)

 bible.org: An Argument of the Book of Jeremiah
Call of Jeremiah:5 Jeremiah was chosen by the Lord before his birth to be a prophet of his words to the nations and is encouraged to speak his words of judgment and restoration 1:4-10 2.
Jeremiah prophesied against the People in Egypt: Jeremiah confronted the refugees in Egypt and rebuked them for their evil deeds, but the people worshiped idols and Jeremiah prophesied destruction 44:1-30 a.
The argument of the book progresses from the call of Jeremiah in chapter 1 to the removal to Egypt after his message had again been rejected in chapter 43" (Homer Heater, Jr., "Notes on the Book of Jeremiah," unpublished class notes in seminar in the preexilic Old Testament prophets [Dallas Theological Seminary, Fall 1990], 109).
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He speaks thus to Jeremiah, not to the other prophets, because he stood in need of greater encouragement than they, both in respect of the tenderness of his years, and the difficulties which he was to encounter with.
Jeremiah knowing that as there were false prophets at Jerusalem, who fed people with hopes of a speedy return, so there were some with them in Babylon, writes the following letter, and sends it by these two messengers, to quiet the peoples minds.
Babylon - Jeremiah was by mistake and expressly contrary to the king's orders carried amongst the other prisoners; probably the captain of the guard at that place called over his prisoners, and among them found the prophet contrary to his expectation.
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 Jeremiah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
A lifelong comic book fan, Rosenberg had his eye on another book, acclaimed Belgian creator Hermann Huppen's Jeremiah, an award-winning graphic novel that bore virtually no resemblance to his earlier find, but one for which his plans were no less ambitious.
Jeremiah marks two important firsts: it's the first European comic book to be adapted as a live-action, U.S. TV series; it's also Rosenberg's first foray into episodic TV since the release of MIB.
Jeremiah was 13 when it happened, so as smart as he is, and as world weary as he is, there is some stuff he just doesn't know.
www.jeremiah.tv /behind2.html   (1941 words)

 bible.org: An Introduction to the Book of Jeremiah
Jeremiah was persecuted by the rise of an idolatrous faction in Judah 2.
Jeremiah was still protected some by god-fearing elders and princes after his messages against the nation in 7--10 3.
Although Jeremiah was offered a place of honor by the Babylonians for urging the Jews to submit to them, he chose to stay with his people in Palestine and minister to those who remained after the deportation 2.
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If we assume that the second edition of the scroll formed the nucleus of the subsequent collection of materials associated with Jeremiah, then we should be able to find that scroll in the present book, as well as evidence of the contents of its predecessor.
Jeremiah's contribution to the theme was the idea that Yahve did not bring about these events merely to punish, but to effect moral regeneration.
Jeremiah, then, continued the tradition of intepreting the events of history as the revelation of Yahve's will and plan.
www.earlyjewishwritings.com /jeremiah.html   (898 words)

 Jeremiah - Bible Commentaries and Study Guide
Jeremiah stood at the gate of the Lord's house in Jerusalem to speak the Lord's message, demanding reform.
Jeremiah spends some time with the Lord, asking why the wicked prosper, and why the Lord is always on people's lips but far from their hearts.
Jeremiah told chief priest - staff officer Seraiah that when he finished reading the scroll to the people in Babylon, he was to tie a stone to it and throw it into Euphrates.
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 Amazon.ca: The Theology of the Book of Jeremiah: Books: Walter Brueggemann   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Amazon.ca: The Theology of the Book of Jeremiah: Books: Walter Brueggemann
The present study focuses on the theology of the Book of Jeremiah.
The God attested in the Book of Jeremiah invites its readers into and through any and all such dislocations to new futures that combine divine agency and human inventiveness rooted in faithfulness.
www.amazon.ca /Theology-Book-Jeremiah-Walter-Brueggemann/dp/0521606292   (439 words)

 Book of Jeremiah
Jeremiah the Person, a very good patriot hated by his countryman, imprisoned as a traitor because of the unpopularity of his message.
Isaiah is the book of the Messiah, Jeremiah the book of the New Covenant.
The book makes clear to Israel the consequences of sin and apostasy; to reveal to them their own future in the plan of God for man; and to emphasize the fact that the destiny of every man is determined by his conformity or lack of conformity to God and His plan.
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Also, because of the nature of this book, one should try to be here as often as possible.
Throughout the book of Jeremiah we will see some of the trials he had to endure, including being lowered into a pit of mire (38:1-6) and his life was threatened more than once (11:18-20).
Jeremiah was a contemporary of Zephaniah, Nahum and Habakkuk.
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 6. Jeremiah as a Whole
Unfortunately, the book lacks a clear organization; chronology was clearly not the determining principle.
In contrast, the introductory formula "the word of Yahweh came to Jeremiah" is often used from chapter 26 to the end of the book.
Table 11.A is an outline of the book of Jeremiah.
www.hope.edu /bandstra/RTOT/CH11/CH11_6.HTM   (561 words)

 Free online Bible book of Jeremiah with cross-reference scripture links.
In 52 chapter's Jeremiah had the heart breaking job of prophesying doom and gloom to the stiff-necked people of Judah.
Jeremiah's ministry happened between 627 B.C. to about 580 B.C. His contemporaries were Zephaniah,Daniel,Ezekiel and Habakkuk.
Jesus Christ the Messiah is told of in Jeremiah 23:1-8,and in Jeremiah 31:31-34.
jeremiah.jesusanswers.com   (309 words)

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