Brueggemann’s Guide to the Bible

Walter Brueggemann – legendary Hebrew Bible scholar – is back on the podcast!

His books include The Prophetic Imagination (now in 2nd edition), Praying the Psalms and Journey to the Common Good (among so many others) are treasured as indispensable resources for students of Scripture.

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4 comments
ngilmour
ngilmour

I've still got some of the episode to finish (when I commute home today), but I do love me some Walter Brueggemann.  It's refreshing to hear a genuinely postmodern voice in Old Testament studies, and I'm reminded why he's always the first name I mention when I talk about my own Old Testament studies background.  He reminds me it's alright to be suspicious both of dogmatism and progress. :)