Troubling Jeremiah (Jsot Supplement Series, Vol 260) by A. R. Pete Diamond, Kathleen M. O'Connor, Louis Stulman

By A. R. Pete Diamond, Kathleen M. O'Connor, Louis Stulman

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3). For an incisive treatment of the oral and written word in ancient Israel, see Susan Niditch, Oral World and Written Word: Ancient Israelite Literature (Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1996). R. Seitz has made a persuasive case that the book of Jeremiah is itself amenable to final form readings. He understands the literary structure of Jeremiah to be meaningfully executed, with the intention of giving some final theological message. 32 Convinced that McKane's idea of a rolling corpus leaves the actual ordering of the material too much to a random (or accidental) process, Clements has also discerned clear signs of structural units within the book, especially within chs.

The Dtr editor of Jeremiah, according to him, has not simply parroted well-established Deuteronomistic themes but has in effect employed the shaping of these macrounits for 'accommodating, interpreting and applying Jeremiah's prophecies' 35 to a different network of meaning present in subsequent communities. While Clements may overread some of the incongruities present in the extant text, the basic outline of his structural analysis is argued cogently and serves as the point of departure for the present study.

2-6 derives in part from its temple ideology. That is to say, the picture emerging from this prose 'commentary' is that of Judah using the temple as a sanctuary from the devastating indictment pronounced in chs. 2-6. Do not rely upon deceptive words such as, 'This the temple of Yahweh, the temple of Yahweh, the temple of Yahweh... Will you steal, murder, commit adultery, swear falsely, burn incense to Baal, and go after other gods whom you do not know? ' (Jer. 4, 9-10). In the temple precincts, the community seeks shelter and protection from Yah wen who has become its dangerous adversary.

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