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YERMIYAH (Book of Jeremiah)  Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS, Kaplan texts of Genesis from the Jewish Publication Society Bible

Book of Jeremiah Jewish Encyclopedia

YirmiyahuJeremiah text with Rashi’s commentary – Complete Jewish Bible

Jeremiah – Expositor’s Bible Commentray

Notes on Jeremiah  Thomas L. Constable Expository notes on Jeremiah.

New International Version (NIV) (Book of Jeremiah) On-Line

New English Translation (NET) (Book of Jeremiah) On-Line

Jeremiah  – at Luther Seminary’s Enter the Bible. Study basics about Bible books, people, dates, places.

Jeremiah     Wikipedia

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Jeremiah Walk Thru the Bible

Jeremiah  – Geneva Study Bible

Jeremiah – Matthew Henry’s Commentary

Jeremiah – Wesley’s Explanatory Notes

Jeremiah – Robert Jamieson’s Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the whole Bible

Jeremiah – Scofield Reference Notes

Jeremiah- Dr Bob Utley

Jeremiah- World Wide Study Bible

Jeremiah- Bible Notes

Jeremiah – Lamentation – Calvin’s Commentary  1 – 9 

Jeremiah – Lamentation – Calvin’s Commentary  10 – 19

Jeremiah – Lamentation – Calvin’s Commentary  20 – 29

Jeremiah – Lamentation – Calvin’s Commentary  30 – 47

Jeremiah – Lamentation – Calvin’s Commentary  48 – 52  

 

Introduction to Jeremiah David Malick

Argument of Jeremiah – Outline  David Malick

Outline of Jeremiah            Robert C. Dunston

Introductory Matters Concerning Jeremiah                 Robert C. Dunston

Jeremiah Reading the Old Testament  Barry L. Bandstra           

Jeremiah an Overview Division of Student Ministry Baptist General Convention of Texas

Characterizing Jeremiah                    Pauline A. Viviano

Jeremiah: A Profile of Courage              Ray Stedman 

Surviving Disaster in the Book of Jeremiah                               Kathleen M. O’Connor

From the Fall of Nineveh to the Fall of Judah   Gerald A Larue

Text and Redaction in Jeremiah’s Oracles against the Nations                    James W. Watts

Men Spake from God                        H.L. Ellison

Justice in the Book of Jeremiah                             John M. Brack

Commentary 9 : Jeremiah to Daniel        Charles Simeon

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The Significant Contributions of Jeremiah to Religious Thought   Martin Luther King Jnr  examines Jeremiah’s contributions to religious thought, particularly his New Covenant, his argument against “artificial worship,” and his conception of personal religion.

Jeremiah                                 Homer Heater Jr

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  In the Eighteenth Year of King Josiah             H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Priests that Were at Anathoth                H.L. Ellison 

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Earliest Oracles                                       H.L. Ellison 

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Failure of Reform                                   H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Grace and Judgement                                    H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Sin of  Jerusalem                                     H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Closing Years of Josiah                           H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  In the Beginning of the Reign of Jehoiakim    H.L. Ellison  

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah and the Cultus                                  H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Shame of Judah                                      H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Hear the Words of this Covenant!                 H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Prohet’s Passion                                     H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Prophet’s Despair                                   H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  In the Fourth Year of Jehoiakim                   H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Prophet Reappears                                 H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Day of the Lord (30:4-11)                       H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The True Restoration of Israel                      H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The New Covenant                                       H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The New Covenant cont.                               H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah and the Prophets                           H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah and the Prophets cont.                   H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Lull Before the Storm                             H.L. Ellison       

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Siege of Jerusalem                                  H.L. Ellison  

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Destruction of Jerusalem                    H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah in Egypt                                          H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Oracles Against Nations                          H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  The Oracles  Against Nations cont.                H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah’s Symbolism                                   H.L. Ellison

The Prophecy of Jeremiah  –  Jeremiah’s Message and Character                H.L. Ellison

Jeremiah                                                             Bob Utley

 From the Fall of Nineveh to the Fall of Judah         Gerald A Larue

Jeremiah: The New Covenant                 Donald E Curtis

Jeremiah: Coming Destruction               Donald E Curtis

Saying Yes to Exile–and No! Reactions to the Exile in the Book of Jeremiah  Ralph W. Klein

2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Habakkuk, Jeremiah, Lamentations (Consequences of Rebellion)                          David Colburn

Nahum, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Zephaniah, Jeremiah, Psalms (Josiah Repents, Other Kings Choose Poorly)                         David Colburn

Jeremiah: Prophet and Book                       J. Gordon McConville

Bibliography on Jeremiah                   P.W. Ferris, Jr. Ackroyd, P.R

The Arrangement of Jeremiah’s Prophecies                                   J. Barton Payne 

Prophecy and Religion                              John Skinner

“The Prophet” in the Lachish Ostraca                          David Winton Thomas

The Word of the Lord in Jeremiah                                        J.G.S.S. Thomson

The Jeremiah Model for Jesus in the Temple                            Ross E. Winkle

On Scroll-Making in Ancient Jerusalem                             Walter Brueggemann

Meditation upon the Abyss: The Book of Jeremiah                 Walter Brueggemann

A Theology of Pseudoprophets: a Study in Jeremiah                 Ronald E. Manahan

The Message of the Book of Kings in Relation to Deuteronomy and Jeremiah                               Gershon Galil

A structural-historical investigation of jms wcd in Jeremiah 6:1-81                 S.D. Snyman

Jeremiah 7: The Israelites’ “Edifice Complex”              Jeffrey A. Spitzer

Jeremiah 7:22                        John A. Motyer

Social Implications of Knowing Yahweh: A Study of Jeremiah 9:22 – 23                 Wilhelm J. Wessels

Of Rags and Riches: The Benefits of Hearing Jeremiah 9:23-24 Within James 1:9-11                        H.H. Drake Williams III

Jeremiah 14:17-21               Pope John Paul II

The Fishers and the Hunters [Jer. 16:16]                              G. Ch. Aalders

Form, Occasion and Redaction in Jeremiah 20                   David J. A. Clines and David M. Gunn

‘You tried to persuade me’ and ‘Violence! Outrage!’ in Jeremiah 20.7-8                David J. A. Clines and David M. Gunn                   

The Way of Weeping: Reading the Path of Grief in Jeremiah               Pamela J Scalise        

  A Propethic Call Against War: A Politico-Theological Study of Jeremiah 21:1-14                Raj Irudaya

In Quest of the Autograph of the Book of Jeremiah: a Study of Jeremiah 25 in Relation to Jeremiah 46-51                        Duane L. Christensen

Entering the Wreckage: Grief and Hope in Jeremiah – Building a Daring Community: The PAstoral Work of Scroll-Keeping Jeremiah 26:1-24          Chris William Erdman

The Three Children in the Fiery Furnace (Dan. iii.; Jer. xxix.22)                                 John P. Peters

Narrative Parallelism and the “Jehoiakim fFame”: a Strategy for Reading Jeremiah 26-45                      Gary Eugene Yates

The Three Children in the Fiery Furnace (Dan. iii.; Jer. xxix.22)               John P. Peters

Jeremiah 31:10-14                       Pope John Paul II

An Invitation to an Intimate and Transformative Relationship with God (Jeremiah 31:15-22)                Laura Neufeld

Irony in Jeremiah’s Prophecy of a New Covenant            Wilber B. Wallis

The Remnant and the New Covenant in the Book of Jeremiah                         Kenneth D. Mulzac

The New Covenant of Jeremiah 31:31-37                        Geoff A. Adams

The Old Promise and the New Covenant: Jeremiah:31-34              Walter C. Kaiser

Irony in Jeremiah’s Prophecy of a New Covenant               Wilber B. Wallis

Expansion of Jerusalem in Jer 31:38-40: Never, Already, or Not Yet                          Dennis M. Swanson

Jeremiah 32 in Its Hebrew and Greek Recensions                A.G. Shea

The Man Who Bought Property In A War Zone (Jeremiah 32:1-25)                          Steven J. Cole

  Our God: Awesome in Power and Glory-Always Battling for His People                     Greg Herrick        

The Year of Destruction in the Light of the Year of Jubilee (Jeremiah 32:6-15)                Klaas Schilde

A Freedom That Is No Freedom: Jeremiah 34 and the Sabbatical Principle   Rolf A. Jacobson

Haunting Book–Haunted People (Jeremiah 36; Luke 4:16-40)              Walter Brueggemann 

Is the Spelling of “Baalis” in Jeremiah 40:14 a Mutilation                                    Larry G. Herr

Jeremiah 41 and the Ammonite Alliance                  Russell Hobson

The Oracles Against Babylon in Jeremiah 50-51: Structures and Perspectives                  Kenneth T. Aitken

Jeremiah’s Seventy Years for Babylon: a Re-assessment; pt 1: The Scriptural Data                             Ross E. Winkle

Jeremiah’s Seventy Years for Babylon: a Re-assessment; pt 2: The Historical Data                             Ross E. Winkle

Biblical Theology and the Culture War                   David Van Drunen

The Monstrous-Feminine in the Book of Jeremiah               Amy Kalmanofsky

Prophetic ‘Bat-‘Ammi’ Answers God and Jeremiah              Nancy C. Lee

An Interpretive Survey: Audience Reaction Quotations in Jeremiah                                Ronald E. Manahan

“A People, a Name, a Praise, and a Glory”: False and True Faith in Jeremiah              Edwin Searcy

Caught in the Middle: Jeremiah’s Vocational Crisis                  Terence E. Fretheim

Characterizing Jeremiah                 Pauline A. Viviano

The Book of Jeremiah MT and Early Second Temple Conflicts about Prophets and Prophecy                           John Hill

Death, Grief, Agony, and a New Creation: Re-reading Gender in Jeremiah after September 11                Angela Bauer

Justice in the Book of Jeremiah                 John M. Bracke

Meditation upon the Abyss: The Book of Jeremiah                Walter Brueggemann

Surviving Disaster in the Book of Jeremiah              Kathleen M. O’Connor

The Way of Weeping: Reading the Path of Grief in Jeremiah                Pamela J. Scalise

The Metonymical Curse as Propaganda in the Book of Jeremiah               Jeff S. Anderson

Home as Memory, Metaphor, and Promise in Asian/Pacific American Religious Experience

Jeremiah: Prophet of Judgment and of Hope                Louis Jacobs

Jeremiah: Prophet and Book                    J. Gordon McConville

Rachel’s Lament                                             Frederick A. Niedner

The Promise of the Land to Israel                   Elmer Martens

The Confessions of a Prophet (Jeremiah 15:1-21)                                    David Ewert

Slogans in the Midst of Crisis: Jeremiah and His Adversaries              Rodney R. Hutton

Jeremiah’s Little Book of Comfort                   David Steele

Jeremiah’s 70-Year Prophecy and the ששך/לב קמי Atbash Codes                   Mark Leuchte

When Was the First Temple Destroyed, According to the Bible?                   Michael Avioz

Caught in the Middle: Jeremiah’s Vocational Crisis                   Terence E. Fretheim

Indications of Jeremiah’s Psalter                William L. Holladay

Job and Jeremiah: Understanding the Divine Moral Order through Lament and Response         Nicholas May

Dinosaurs and the Bible – Contradiction?       Joshua M. Spaulding   Isaiah   27:1    Isaiah   30:6  Jeremiah 61:34   Psalms 74:13  Job   40:15-24    Job 41:19-21    The existence of dinosaurs and the Bible – do they contradict one another? Many secularists would say they do. But what do the facts point to? Let’s take a look at the facts and see if we can settle this matter. It is true that the word “dinosaur” is not used anywhere in the Bible. That is because the word “dinosaur” was not coined until 1841 when Dr. Richard Owen came up with the word, which means “terrible lizard.”

 

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