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Old Testament Theology: An Introduction (Library of Biblical Theology) Paperback – November 1, 2008
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Though Brueggeman claims to accept development and redaction in reaching the final form of the text, he still tends to treat the text as it exists in its final form, though by no means as a harmonious whole. His willingness to embrace discontinuity gives him the freedom to explore exegetical possibilities that a conservative commentator simply wouldn't entertain. For instance, Brueggeman concludes that the text is teaching that “YHWH is unforgiving,” “Moses loves Israel more than does YHWH,” and that God “exhibits no interest in Job's suffering. These are all matters of complete divine indifference.Read more ›