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A Otct: Biblical Theology of Exile (Overtures To Biblical Theology Series)

Paperback|Aug 2002
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The author argues that the exile is the period of focus for the canonical construction of biblical thought.


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The author argues that the exile is the period of focus for the canonical construction of biblical thought.
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The Christian church continues to seek ethical and spiritual models from the period of Israel's monarchy and has avoided the gravity of the Babylonian exile. Against this tradition, the author argues that the period of focus for the canonical construction of biblical thought is precisely the exile. Here the voices of dissent arose and articulated words of truth in the context of failed power.
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Daniel L. Smith-Christopher is Professor of Theological Studies and Director of Peace Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
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Daniel L Smith-christopher

DANIEL L. SMITH-CHRISTOPHER is a professor in the Department of Theological Studies and a director of Peace Studies at Loyola Marymount University.

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