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God's Enduring Love in Hosea FAT II 14 A Synchronic and Diachronic Analysis of Hosea 11:1-11

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Title: God's Enduring Love in Hosea FAT II 14 A ...

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

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Joy Philip Kakkanattu provides an exegetical and theological analysis of an important and difficult text of the Old Testament through a synchronic and diachronic reading. Detailed critical notes, which discuss the textual difficulties, accompany the translation of the text from Hebrew. In the detailed exegesis, special attention is given to study of the key terms theologically significant in Hos 11:1â"11 against the context of the whole book. The exegesis shows that in Hos 11:8â"9 it is not the repentance of Yahweh that causes the withholding of His anger against Israel, but Yahweh's constancy in His election of Israel as His son. More than a change of heart, the decision not to execute the deserved judgement witnesses Yahweh's divine nature. Special attention is dedicated to the parent metaphor employed in Hos 11:1â"11. It is concluded that more than expressing the Yahweh-Israel relationship as a father-son relationship, the text speaks of it in terms of parent-child relationship. In the diachronic analysis, the author deals with the origin and formation of Hos 11:1â"11. Bookseller Inventory # KAKGODSEN

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Synopsis: Joy Philip Kakkanattu provides an exegetical theological analysis of Hosea 11:1-11 through a synchronic and diachronic reading. Detailed critical notes accompany the translation of the text from Hebrew. In the detailed exegesis, special attention is given to study of the key terms theologically significant in Hos 11:1-11 against the context of the whole book. The exegesis shows that in Hos 11:8-9 it is not the repentance of Yahweh that causes the withholding of His anger against Israel, but Yahweh's constancy in His election of Israel as His son. The author concludes that the parent metaphor employed in Hos 11:1-11 speaks in terms of parent-child relationship expressing the Yahweh-Israel relationship.

About the Author: Joy P. Kakkanattu, Born 1964; 1999 Licentiate in Sacred Scripture from Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome; 2005 Doctorate in Theology from Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; presently teaching Old Testament at Dharmaram College, Bangalore.

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