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Mon 28 Sep 2020 @ 13:58
RT @JesusAndAcademyAll that to say, we are hosting a star-studded, interdisciplinary lineup of scholars for this conference on Christo… https://t.co/UA6jfgOVZr
Author(s): Walter Brueggemann
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With critical scholarship and theological sensitivity, Walter Brueggemann traces the people of God through the books of Samuel as they shift from marginalized tribalism to oppressive monarchy. He carefully opens the literature of the books, sketching a narrative filled with historical realism but also bursting with an awareness that more than human action is being presented.
Walter Brueggemann is a beloved Old Testament scholar, teacher, and preacher. He spent most of his career at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia. His books include Sabbath as Resistance, The Prophetic Imagination, and An Introduction to the Old Testament.