That’s the title of an essay by Michael Purcell. Here is the link. HT: David Reimer, who links to it in a comment thread on another post. The essay is excellent in many ways, though I think it suffers from inadequate attention to the servant songs in Isaiah. Purcell draws heavily on Levinas in dealing with topics like the psalmody of lament, accounting for God’s absence, and theodicy. In so doing, he shows the promise of appropriating categories from Levinas in the interpretation of the Bible.