Seeking to contribute to the discussion of the booh of Jeremiah as a literary unity, this study examines the contrast between the promise of new exodus in Jeremiah 30-33 and the experience of the remnant in Judah after the fall of Jerusalem that is recounted in Jeremiah 40-43 as a reversal of the exodus. This contrast of 'new exodus ' and 'no exodus ' serves as both a promise and warning to the exilic community in Babylon - the promise that they are to be the recipients of the blessings of restoration and a warning that continued disobedience to YHWH will bring further judgement.
Yates, Gary, "New Exodus and No Exodus in Jeremiah 26-45 Promise and Warning to the Exiles in Babylon" (2006). LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations. 22.