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    CAS Monthly Newsletter February 2024

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    Key Dates for February IN THIS ISSUE DEPARTMENTAL UPDATES Study Abroad Opportunities Faculty & Staff Appreciation Week VACD News International Center for Trauma Education & Care English Deportment Student Poetry Published in Spectrum Desmond Murray Appointed to American Chemical Society\u27s Minority Affairs Committee JWL Poetry Reading ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Research Deadlineshttps://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/casnews/1005/thumbnail.jp

    “YOU HAVE BECOME TO ME A DECEITFUL BROOK” – JEREMIAH’S CHALLENGES TO GOD

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    Jeremiah’s reproaches against God are exceptional in Old Testament prophecy. No other prophetic speaker dares to confront God so harshly and so often. The main passages considered in this article are Jer 4:10; 12:1–6; 15:15–18; 20:7–10; and 32:24–25. Jeremiah’s accusations cover a wide range of motifs: deception (נשׁא ) with false messages, a lawsuit (ריב) about the success of evildoers, unreliability (root כזב), seduction (פתה), and absurd commands. Several times God responds to his prophet—a sign that he respects Jeremiah’s complaints and tries to overcome his queries. The dialogues between YHWH and Jeremiah mirror questions and problems of a believing community which struggles to find hope and to understand its past. The prophet is a model for openly addressing God—even with lament, complaints, and challenges. God reacts mildly to most of Jeremiah’s confrontations, yet Jer 15:19 shows that Jeremiah crossed a red line with the reproach of untrustworthiness. In this way, the prophet’s challenges and the divine responses contribute to seeing YHWH anew; as one deeply empathizing with his messenger, attending to his problems, and supporting him in every instance. Jeremiah’s reproaches become an invitation to pray for all his addressees

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    This is the Editorial for Vol 60.

    Excavations at Tall Jawa, Jordan Volume 3: The Iron Age Potterys [review] / Daviau, P. M. Michѐle.

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    The Student Movement Volume 108 Issue 15: Black History Month Gets One Extra Day This Year!

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    HUMANS Do You Believe in Birth Order Theory?, Grace No Getting to Know Dr. Nowack!, Interviewed by Anneliese Tessalee ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT AU Theatre Wing Proudly Presents You Can\u27t Take It With You , Amelia Stefanescu Black Impact: In the Artistic Lane, Interview by Nailea Soto How The Holdovers Saved the Film Industry, Corinna Bevier Steve Green Interview: Over 38 Years of Music Ministry, Lexie Dunham The Young Artist Concert, Nate Miller NEWS First Town Hall of the New Year, Melissa Moore Past Assemblies at Andrews, Melissa Moore Who Were the Newbolds?, Andrew Francis IDEAS How To Stop, Drop, and Roll away from Overconsumption, Grace No Resisting the Urge, Katie Davis The Power of Not Giving Up, Abby Shim PULSE Black History Month: Why Do We Have It?. Alyssa Caruthers The Trendy Christian, Anna Rybachek SPECIAL REPORT Campus Accessibility Update, Student Movement Editorial Staff LAST WORD The Art of Being: My Struggle with Defining Black Existence, Wambui Karanjahttps://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/sm-108/1014/thumbnail.jp

    How to Read the Psalms

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    Click here to download the audio file. Here is the Study Guide for the week ending January 6, 2023. This week’s discussion on our YouTube channe

    Politics after Christendom: Political Theology in a FracturedWorld [reivew] / VanDrunen, David.

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    The Student Movement Volume 108 Issue 12: Leaping into the New Year!

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    HUMANS A Farewell and Goodbye From Your Graduates, Interviewed by Anneliese Tessalee Making Peace with 2023, Interviewed by Savannah Tyler Professor Jean Cadet and the NYC Marathon, Interviewed by Grace No ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Upcoming events at HPAC, Aiko J. Ayala Rios Music: The Forming of the Andrews University Symphony Orchestra, Madison Vath The Media BREAKdown, Interviewed by Lexie Dunham Christmas Traditions Across Andrews University, Daena Holbrook NEWS Michigan Football Ends Undefeated Season with NCAA Championship Holiday Weekend Blast Brings Subzero Temperatures, Melissa Moore Who is J.N. Andrews?, Andrew Francis IDEAS 2024 the Plot, Katie Davis Improving Andrews - Dorm Edition, Katie Davis Jo Koy and Sexism at the Golden Globes, Nate Miller The Great Pizza Debate, Sumin Lee PULSE Civil Rights at Andrews: A Look Into MLK Day, Wambui Karanja Goals for the New Year, Katie Davis New Year, Old Me?, Alyssa Caruthers When Self-Improvement Goes Wrong, Anna Rybachek LAST WORD No One Is Coming, Chris Ngugihttps://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/sm-108/1011/thumbnail.jp

    Legacy of Our Pioneers: Is it Dead or Alive?

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    Andrews Fall 2023 Rankings and Enrollment Report

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