Jeremiah as Teacher of Torah

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 62 (1):22-32 (2008)
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Specific passages within the prose sermons of the book of Jeremiah portray the prophet as a teacher of torah who refers to laws of Deuteronomy and discusses their significance for his particular audience. This portrait of Jeremiah leads beyond the deuteronomistic image of the prophets and has been inserted into the book in postexilic times



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