Introduction to Jeremiah From the New American Bible

Jeremiah From the NIV Bible: author and date, background, theological themes and message, literary features, and outline

Jeremiah iTanakh's collection of links, courtesy of R. Christopher Heard of Milligan College

Yirmiyahu - Chapter 1 The text of Jeremiah with the commentary by the 11th century rabbi Rashi

The Monstrous-Feminine in the Book of Jeremiah By Amy Kalmanofsky in lectio difficilior, 2009

Prophetic 'Bat-'Amm' Answers God and Jeremiah By Nancy C. Lee in lectio difficilior, 2009

"A People, a Name, a Praise, and a Glory": False and True Faith in Jeremiah By Edwin Searcy in Word & World, Fall 2002

Caught in the Middle: Jeremiah's Vocational Crisis By Terence E. Fretheim, Professor of Old Testament at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota, in Word & World, Fall 2002

Characterizing Jeremiah By Pauline A. Viviano, associate professor of theology at Loyola University Chicago, in Word & World, Fall 2002

Death, Grief, Agony, and a New Creation: Re-reading Gender in Jeremiah after September 11 By Angela Bauer, associate professor of Hebrew Bible at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in Word & World, Fall 2002

Justice in the Book of Jeremiah By John M. Bracke, Professor of Biblical Studies at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, in Word & World, Fall 2002

Meditation upon the Abyss: The Book of Jeremiah By Walter Brueggemann in Word & World, Fall 2002

Surviving Disaster in the Book of Jeremiah By Kathleen M. O'Connor in Word & World, Fall 2002

The Way of Weeping: Reading the Path of Grief in Jeremiah By Pamela J. Scalise in Word & World, Fall 2002

The Metonymical Curse as Propaganda in the Book of Jeremiah By Jeff S. Anderson in Bulletin for Biblical Research, 1998

Jeremiah: Prophet of Judgment and of Hope By Louis Jacobs, 1995

Text and Redaction in Jeremiah's Oracles against the Nations By James W. Watts, Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 1992

Jeremiah: Prophet and Book By J. Gordon McConville, Tutor in Old Testament, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1991

Slogans in the Midst of Crisis: Jeremiah and His Adversaries By Rodney R. Hutton, Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, Ohio, in Word & World, 1990

Jeremiah By Emil G. Hirsch, Victor Ryssel, Solomon Schechter and Louis Ginzberg in The Jewiswh Encyclopedia, 1910

Jeremiah, the Book of By Emil G. Hirsch and Victor Ryssel in The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1910

Jeremias By Michael Faulhaber, The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1910

A structural-historical investigation of jms wcd in Jeremiah 6:1-81 By S.D. Snyman, Department of Old Testament Studies University of the Orange Free State, in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2002

Jeremiah 7: The Israelites' "Edifice Complex" By Jeffrey A. Spitzer. The prophet takes on the people's mistaken assumption that they can safely persist in unethical behavior--and that God would never destroy the Temple

Social Implications of Knowing Yahweh: A Study of Jeremiah 9:2223 By Wilhelm J. Wessels, Department of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, University of South Africa, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2009

Jeremiah 14:17-21 Reflections by Pope John Paul II

A Propethic Call Against War: A Politico-Theological Study of Jeremiah 21:1-14 By Raj Irudaya, S.J., 2003

Jeremiah's 70-Year Prophecy and the ymq bl/K## Atbash Codes By Mark Leuchter, Biblica, 2004. About the 70-year prophecy (Jer 25,11-12; 29,10) and the atbash codes (Jer 25,26; 51,1.41)

Biblical Theology and the Culture War (Jeremiah 29:5-14) David Van Drunen in Kerux: The Journal of Northwest Theological Seminary

Jeremiah 31:10-14 Reflections by Pope John Paul II

Irony in Jeremiah's Prophecy of a New Covenant By Wilber B. Wallis, Ph.D., in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Spring 1969

The Old Promise and the New Covenant: Jeremiah:31-34 By Walter C. Kaiser, Jr, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1972

Jeremiah 32 in Its Hebrew and Greek Recensions By A.G. Shead in Tyndale Bulletin, 1999

The Year of Destruction in the Light of the Year of Jubilee (Jeremiah 32:6-15) Klaas Schilder in Kerux: The Journal of Northwest Theological Seminary

When Was the First Temple Destroyed, According to the Bible? By Michael Avioz, Biblica, 2003

A Freedom That Is No Freedom: Jeremiah 34 and the Sabbatical Principle By Rolf A. Jacobson, assistant professor of religion at Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in Word & World, Fall 2002

Haunting Book--Haunted People (Jeremiah 36; Luke 4:16-40) By Walter Brueggemann in Word & World, 1991

Jeremiah 41 and the Ammonite Alliance By Russell Hobson in Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, 2010