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The methodology employed in the author’s book Healing in the Bible (Baker Academic, 2010) is deliberately eclectic, though the coherence of the book lies in its theological perspective. It understands particular texts as participants in a common story that is marked by a confession of a God ‘slow to anger’—a story with historical roots and a future trajectory. The readings of biblical texts are the author’s own, reflecting the work of his teachers Gerhard von Rad and Claus Westermann.

Affiliations: 1: Luther Seminary, 2481 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108, USA, fgaiser@luthersem.edu

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The methodology employed in the author’s book Healing in the Bible (Baker Academic, 2010) is deliberately eclectic, though the coherence of the book lies in its theological perspective. It understands particular texts as participants in a common story that is marked by a confession of a God ‘slow to anger’—a story with historical roots and a future trajectory. The readings of biblical texts are the author’s own, reflecting the work of his teachers Gerhard von Rad and Claus Westermann.

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