By Dwight R. Daniels

During this in-depth learn drawing at the paintings of Gerhard Von Rad and different salvation-historical students, Dwight R. Daniels reconstruct Hosea’s knowing of Israel’s heritage and the way Israel is the manager communicator of God’s salvation for the realm.

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4-U to Hosea's disciples naturally do the same here; see above p. 28 and n. 33. " H. W. Wolff, "Hoseas geistige Heimat," and Hosea, XXIV-XXV. 30 Growth and Development supply the responses or objections of Hosea's audience to illuminate the train of thought within each unit A counter-proposal has been submitted by J. " Analyzing the sequence of topics touched upon in the units preserved in 4:4-19 and 5:1-7, he notes a definite parallelism in the structural composition. '' This parallel construction suggests a purposeful redactional ordering of Hosea's prophecies rather than a quasi-stenographic record of his appearances.

The use of 3 in such expressions reflects a common construction for temporal clauses and should not be taken as unique to the verb 310. Of the remaining 41 occurrences, the most common usages describe either state, as in the construction DlbîÔ3 31© ("return in peace," 11 times), or instrumentality, as in 311? DÖSJ ЬЭ31 ОЗЗЬ ^733 ("return with all their heart and with all their soul," 5 times). A locative meaning may he observed in IKgs. 8:48; Neh. 9:17 (emended), in both instances accompanied by the preposition denoting the destination.

12:3-15 (2-14), both because of the length of the passage itself and because of the scope of the history it treats. Both factors promise to facilitate an initial and yet extensive insight into Hosea's perception of the history of his people. A . T H E F O U R PERIODS OF ISRAEL'S HISTORY, HOS. '' In the womb he succeeded/deceived' his brother, and in his might'" he strove with a divine being. He 'strove" against an angel and prevailed; He"" wept and sought grace from him. " Canaan, in his hands are scales of deception; he loves to oppress.

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