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Jeremiah—Study Set

Commentary author: Pauline A. Viviano; Study Guide author: Clifford M. Yeary

Jeremiah—Study Set
Jeremiah—Study Set

ISBN: 9780814636718, 3671

Details: 6 X 9
Publication Date: 06/12/2015
Little Rock Scripture Study
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This study has 11 sessions. The study set includes the Study Guide by Clifford M. Yeary and Collegeville Bible Commentary Volume 14: Jeremiah, Baruch by Pauline A. Viviano.

With the exile of many in Judah on the horizon, the prophet Jeremiah spoke on God's behalf using words and symbolic actions to condemn the idolatry that was rampant in Judah. His prophetic ministry was deeply misunderstood and his subsequent arrest was the source of personal anguish for this prophet who also announced a new covenant to be written on the hearts of God's people.

Pauline A. Viviano is an associate professor of theology at Loyola University Chicago. She received her doctorate in biblical languages and literature from St. Louis University. Besides articles in academic and popular journals her publications include reading guides for the books of Joshua Judges First and Second Samuel First and Second Kings and Ruth for the Catholic Study Bible published by Oxford University Press and Collegeville Bible Commentary Volume 2: Genesis (Liturgical Press 1985). In addition to university teaching she often lectures at parishes in and around Chicago.

Weekly Sessions
Lesson 1—Jeremiah 1:1-1:35
Lesson 2—Jeremiah 3:6–6:30
Lesson 3—Jeremiah 7-10
Lesson 4—Jeremiah 11-15
Lesson 5—Jeremiah 16-20
Lesson 6—Jeremiah 21-25
Lesson 7—Jeremiah 26:1-31:30
Lesson 8—Jeremiah 31:31-35:19
Lesson 9—Jeremiah 36-45
Lesson 10—Jeremiah 46-52

Wrap-Up Lectures on DVD or CD may be ordered separately.