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Response to Reviews of God and World in the Old Testament: A Relational Theology of Creation

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This is a response by Terence Fretheim to review essays of his book, God and World in the Old Testament: A Relational Theology of Creation, by Robert Stallman, Scott Ellington, and Kenneth Archer. Many of their concerns overlap and so my responses to them are largely woven together. After a few general notes, I ask and respond to ten questions that the respondents implicitly or explicitly raise regarding my work. Those questions concern: Relationship of the Old Testament and New; the Spirit; Praise and Prayer; God's action in and through Agents; Spirit World; Royal Images for God; God's Judgment/'Punishment'; Covenant and Relationship; Creation and Fall; and the Book of Job.


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