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Hermeneia: Hosea: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Hosea

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Overview

Hans Walter Wolff’s fascinating commentary on the book of Hosea is an insightful and essential study of one of the most difficult Old Testament prophets.

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  • Includes a number of valuable insights
  • Presents a detailed and authoritative interpretation
  • Provides a fantastic commentary for students, teachers, scholars, and professors
  • Introduction
  • The Period
  • The Prophet Himself
  • The Language of Hosea
  • The Theology of Hosea
  • The Transmission of Hosea’s Prophecy
  • The Commentary
  • The Title of the Book
  • The Prophets Family
  • The Great Day of Jezreel
  • Legal Proceedings against Unfaithful Israel
  • The Day of the New Covenant
  • Now Yahweh’s Love Works
  • A Spirit of Whoredom in Israel’s Worship
  • The Teacher of the Unrepentant
  • Return in the Midst of Collapse?
  • Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind
  • The End of the Festivals
  • Ephraim’s Glory Has Vanished
  • Shattered Altars
  • War—The Fruit of False Trust
  • Love’s Consequences
  • Betrayal of the Prophetic Word
  • Israel’s Revolt against Her Deliverer
  • The Healing of Spontaneous Love
  • The Traditionist’s Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Indices
  • Designer’s Notes

Hans Walter Wolff is emeritus professor of Old Testament at the University of Heidelberg. His books include the commentaries on Obadiah and Jonah, Micah, and Haggai in the Continental Commentary Series and the commentary on Joel and Amos from the Hermeneia series.