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I want to give an analysis of the 58th chapter of Isaiah, which of course mostly relies on ideas and commentary found in Brueggemann's Journey to the Common Good.
Brueggemann's work here is itself a work of prophecy, helping us to imagine the way forward toward "the common good" that is the ultimate redemption of God.
Once again I finished another Walter Brueggemann book with pure gratitude for him, his faith, his scholarship and his prophetic wisdom. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kathleen M. Probst
The author takes scripture out of context and using imaginative interpretation (his words not mine) to try and prove capitalism is evil.Published 9 months ago by Charles Areson
I've returned to Brueggemann as one must from time to time. And with him comes the old testament and its characters. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. Johnson
The book was easy to understand (probably because it is based on a lecture series), and the interpretation of the books of Exodus, Jeremiah and Isaiah was so pertinent to us today. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Crafty Annie
This book provides a thoughtful and sometimes controversial look at some of the books of the Bible. It causes one to stop and think.Published 15 months ago by aeh
Dr Bruggerman is a voice we need to hear today, bringing Bible truth into our day for the common good.Published 18 months ago by Les Singleton
Great read. Very insightful a d thought provoking between the relationship between theological reflection and social responsibility to our immediate community and to the greater... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Douglas Bao
I ordered this book because our Bible study group was focussing on Exodus. There were helpful comments in this book about the common good. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Margaret Veneman
Isaiah is my favorite Old Testament book. Brueggemann's insights into the book were new and refreshing. He shows how relevant the Old Testament can be.Published 23 months ago by Betty McSwain