Table of contents for Like fire in the bones : listening for the prophetic word in Jeremiah / Walter Brueggemann ; edited by Patrick D. Miller.

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Contents 
Editor's Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
The Word Spoken through the Prophet
1	Jeremiah: Portrait of the Prophet
2	The Book of Jeremiah: Meditation upon the Abyss
3	Recent Scholarship: Intense Criticism, Thin Interpretation 
4	Theology in Jeremiah: Creatio in extremis 
5	Next Steps in Jeremiah Studies
Listening for the Prophetic Word in History
6	The Prophetic Word of God and History
7	An Ending That Does Not End
8	A Second Reading of Jeremiah after the Dismantling
9	A Shattered Transcendence: Exile and Restoration
10	Haunting Book; Haunted People
Carrying Forward the Prophetic Task
11	Prophetic Ministry: A Sustainable Alternative Community
12	A World Available for Peace: Images of Hope from Jeremiah and Isaiah
13	"Is There No Balm in Gilead": The Hope and Despair of Jeremiah
14	Guidance for Those Who Have Not Yet Lost All Shame
15	Why Prophets Won't Leave Well Enough Alone
Abbreviations
Notes
Index of Names
Index of Biblical References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. O.T. Jeremiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.