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Mein Andrew


Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)


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Andrew Mein is Lecturer in Old Testament at the University of Durham UK.Claudia V. Camp is Professor of Religion at Texas Christian University USA and was on the steering committee of the Seminar. She is currently cogeneral editor of the LHBOTS series as well as the author or editor of 4 books and numerous articles.Miriam J. Bier is lecturer in Old Testament at London School of Theology UK. She is coeditor of Spiritual Complaint: Theology and Practice of Lament (2013).Offers a careful analysis of the speaking voices and their perspectives in the book of LamentationsThe book engages the current surge of interest in Lamentations but advances the conversation by looking closely at the theological outcomes of different readingsIt proposes a dialogic reading strategy for Lamentations that is able to hold multiple theological positions in tensionMiriam J. Bier is lecturer in Old Testament at London School of Theology UK. She is coeditor of Spiritual Complaint: Theology and Practice of Lament (Eugene: Pickwick 2013).Bier proposes here a strong new understanding of the Book of Lamentations drawing on Bakhtinian ideas of multiple voices to analyse the poetic speaking voices within the text: examining their theological perspectives and nuancing the interaction between them. Bier scrutinises interpretations of Lamentations distinguishing between exegesis that reads Lamentations as a theodicy in defense of God and those that read it as an antitheodicy in defense of Zion. Rather than reductively adopting either of these approaches this book advocates a dialogic approach to Lamentations reading to hear the full polyphony of pain penitence and protest.A thoughtful and nuanced reading of Lamentations that refuses reductionist binary and supports a dialogic approach to acknowledge the multiple voices of pain penitence and protest.Contents Acknowledgements Abbreviations Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Reading Lamentations 1 as a Polyphony Chapter 3: Reading Lamentations 2 as a Polyphony Chapter 4: Reading Lamentations 3 as a Polyphony Chapter 5: Reading Lamentations 4 as a Polyphony Chapter 6: Reading Lamentations 5 as a Polyphony Chapter 7: Reading the Book of Lamentations as a Polyphony Summary and Conclusions: The Hermeneutical Implications of Polyphony Conclusions Bibliography

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