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Hopeful Imagination: Prophetic Voices in Exile

Hopeful Imagination: Prophetic Voices in Exile

Professor Brueggemann here examines the literature and experience of an era in which Israel's prophets faced the pastoral responsibility of helping people to enter into exile, to be in exile, and to depart out of exile. He addresses three major prophetic traditions: Jeremiah (the pathos of God), Ezekiel (the holiness of God), and 2 Isaiah (the newness of God). This literature is seen to contain the theological resources for handling both brokenness and surprise — with freedom, courage, and imagination. Throughout, Brueggemann demonstrates how these resources offer vitality for ministry today.
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$23.00

  • Publisher Fortress Press
  • ISBN 9780800619251
  • Format Paperback
  • Dimensions 5.25 x 8.5
  • Pages 160
  • Publication Date January 1, 1986

Excerpts

"The poet in exile sings his people to homecoming. And that is a theme to which the exiled church in America is now summoned. The gospel is that we may go home."
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