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Date Created: 08/03/16
Marilyn Guevara Br. Ephrem  4/8/2016  Week 12 reflection  In Routledge’s discourse on judgement and hope, he claims that it is a theological  requirement to destroy the nation in order to bring about a new beginning. He uses this term to  describe how the nation of Israel must be defeated and sent into exile so that God could bring a  new beginning in their return. In Israel’s history, the prophets warn the people to repent, but  despite their pleas, the people do not convert or ask for forgiveness. Hence, the only thing that  God can do as a consequence to their sin, after giving them many chances to repent and sending  a prophet, is defeat of the nation. It seems like that is the only thing that shows the Israelites of  their wrong and brings them to their knees to repent. Routledge states “the nation had to die  before it could be reborn; renewal could only come only when all pretensions and false hopes  have been swept away.”(266)   There is a repetitious theme in the Old Testament known as the  Deuteronomic cycle in which the Israelites live through sin, oppression, repentance, and  redemption. However, there have been cases where the Israelites did not go through this cycle in  order and sometimes did skip destruction because they did repent and remained loyal to the  covenant afterwards. The exile is not needed. The Israelites were free to make their own choices  so they are not necessarily bound to this theological requirement that God had to bring exile in  order to create a new beginning for them. If they repented, God would not have found it  necessary to punish them with exile. Understandably, God used the opportunity of the exile in  order to make a new covenant with His people and if He saw it necessary according to their  actions, God would send them into exile. 


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