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The Practice of Prophetic Imagination: A Response to Walter Brueggemann

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In The Practice of the Prophetic Imagination, Walter Brueggemann presents the case and guidelines for proclaiming the message of the Hebrew prophets in contemporary situations. He critiques defective epistemologies that shout down the voice of God such as those subscribing to an ‘irrelevant transcendence or a cozy immanence’. For Brueggemann, the prophets address two major realms: royal presumption and Canaanite religion and culture. He addresses contemporary issues that call for critique in contemporary preaching.

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