Making Jeremiah Plain: An Old Testament Study Guide for the Book of Jeremiah (Paperback)
Making Jeremiah Plain. A must for every Book of Mormon, Gospel Doctrine, Seminary, or Institute teacher and student. Making Jeremiah Plain is an essential new study guide for the confusing story and words of the prophet Jeremiah. This volume is without question, the most helpful guide to Jeremiah available today. It unravels the chronological mess that was created when Jeremiah's chapters were scattered, then recovered in confusing non-chronological order by scribes in ancient Israel. Dr. Randal S. Chase, a veteran CES and Institute instructor, unravels the chronological puzzle and provides insights into the culture, language, meaning, and chronology of the writings of Jeremiah in a relaxed and understandable style. The stories, quotes, examples, maps and illustrations are unequaled in any other reference guide of its kind in print today. Readers will find themselves gaining insights and understanding from Jeremiah that have eluded them before. The cover features "Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem," painted in 1630 by Rembrandt. The contents of this book on Jeremiah are taken from Making Precious Things Plain, Volume 9, Old Testament Study Guide, Pt. 3, which contains information on all of the prophets who prophesied in or to Israel after the days of King Solomon. Dr. Chase has also released a volume called Making Isaiah Plain, and 3 volumes each on the Book of Mormon, Church History, the Old Testament, and the New Testament.