This volume is without question, the most helpful guide to Jeremiah available today. It unravels the chronological mess that was created when Jeremiah’s chapters were scattered, then recovered in confusing non-chronological order by scribes in ancient Israel.
Making Jeremiah Plain: An Old Testament Study Guide for the Book of Jeremiah
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