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Hebrews: An Earth Bible Commentary
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In this new ecological commentary on the letter to the Hebrews, Jeffrey S. Lamp makes use of approaches developed in the relatively new field of Ecological Hermeneutics to shed light upon the connection of Hebrews with Earth. Hebrews is frequently characterized as portraying a dualistic cosmology that diminishes the material world, muting the voice of Earth. Conversely, Lamp argues that though Hebrews cannot be construed as an ecological treatise, the contours of the letter's presentation may be subverted by reading from an ecological perspective, such that cues provided by the author of Hebrews serve as opportunities to hear Earth's voice in the letter. Three movements, corresponding to thematic interests of the author of Hebrews, form the framework of this ecological reading: the Son as the agent of creation, the Son depicted as the Second Adam, and the New Jerusalem as the eschatological dwelling place of God. This ecological reading of Hebrews aims to shape its readers into those who fulfill the soteriological aims of God in and for the world.
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Not only does Jeffrey Lamp have a deep love and passionate knowledge of the words of Scripture, he also cares deeply for the plight of the earth. This commentary on the enigmatic letter to the Hebrews blends Lamp's well of biblical insight with a passionate call to justice for the earth; wonderfully woven together, this is a tapestry which I highly recommend. * A.J. SWOBODA, Northwest Christian University, USA; author of Subversive Sabbath *
Jeffrey S. Lamp is Professor of New Testament at Oral Roberts University, USA.
Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. In the Beginning . . . the Son? Chapter 3. Recapitulating Adam Chapter 4. Building a House on Earth Chapter 5. Establishing Rest Chapter 6. A New, Yet Ancient, Priesthood Introduced Chapter 7. Jesus: The New Adamic Priest Chapter 8. A Logic of the New Order Chapter 9. A New Order of Worship Chapter 10. Looking for the City Whose Foundations Are in Heaven Chapter 11. The Goal of Creation: The Dwelling Place of God Chapter 12. Conclusion Bibliography Index