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Title: The Redemptive Inversions of Jeremiah in Romans 9-11
Author(s): REASONER, Mark
Journal: Biblica
Volume: 95    Issue: 3   Date: 2014   
Pages: 388-404
DOI: 10.2143/BIB.95.3.3186120

Abstract :
This article presents seven points of focused dissonance between Jeremiah and Romans, by identifying how Romans 9-11 inverts the judgment language of Jeremiah 1-20 against Judah. Without claiming that the inversions in Romans 9-11 are intentional, the article argues that the inversions of this section of Jeremiah are similar to the inversions that Deutero-Isaiah performs on this same section of Jeremiah, identified by B. Sommer. The inversions of Jeremiah that occur in Romans 9-11 highlight these chapters' positive stance toward corporeal, ethnic Israel, and provide another argument against interpreting 'all Israel' in Rom 11,26 as the church.

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