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Hosea-Jonah

Author: Douglas K Stuart
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1987.
Series: Word biblical commentary, v. 31.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas K Stuart
ISBN: 0849902304 9780849902307
OCLC Number: 1107990724
Description: xlv, 537 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Hosea --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Hosea and the covenant --
The basic message of Hosea --
Form, structure, and style --
The isolation of poetry in Hosea --
The historical setting --
Hosea the prophet and his family --
Hosea's audience --
The text of Hosea --
Unity and integrity --
Assumptions about dates --
Some notable vocabulary --
Pericope divisions in Hosea --
Translation and commentary --
The title and the time (1:1) --
The children's names presage judgment (1:2-9) --
Israel's restoration in Jezreel's great day (2:1-3[1:10--2:1]) --
Divorce proceedings with a surprise ending (2:4-17 [2-15]) --
Images of restoration (2:18-25 [16-23]) --
Israel loved and therefore chastened (3:1-5) --
Yahweh's case against Israel (4:1-19) --
An unclean people summoned to judgment (5:1-7) --
Wrath, return, restoration (5:8-7:1a) --
Ephraim mixed up among the nations (7:1a-16) --
Israel reaps the storm for its sin (8:1-14) --
From festival days to punishment days (9:1-9) --
Ephraim rejected, exiled, unloved (9:10-17) --
The end of cult, king, and capital (10:1-8) --
War against the wicked ones (10:9-15) --
Israel in and out of Egypt (11:1-11) --
Israel a deceiver (12:1 [11:12]--13:1) --
"I will destroy you, Israel" (13:2--14:1 [13:16]) --
A promise for the remnant that will return (14:2-9 [1-8]) --
Challenge to the wise reader (14:10 [9]) --
Joel --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Joel's era --
Sructure --
Style --
Joel's message --
The text of Joel --
Previous scholarship in Joel --
Translation and commentary --
A simple title (1:1) --
A call to lament (1:2-20) --
Excursus: literal or figurative locusts? --
Sounding the alarm in Zion (2:1-17) --
Restoration and the outpouring of the spirit (2:18--3:5 [2:18-32]) --
Judgment against Israel's enemies (4:1-21 [3:1-21]) --
Amos --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Amos' era --
The man Amos --
Amos' style --
The structure of the book --
Amos' message --
Previous research on Amos --
Translation and commentary --
The title and the time (1:1) --
Yahweh the lion sends desolation (1:2) --
Judgment for international and Israelite atrocities (1:3--2:16) --
Covenantal accountability (3:1-2) --
A list of inseparables (3:3-8) --
The annihilation of the opulent (3:9--4:3) --
Past punishments only a sampling (4:4-13) --
A lament for fallen Israel (5:1-17) --
The woeful day of Yahweh (5:18-27) --
The first shall be first (6:1-7) --
Complete defeat to come (6:8-14) --
Vision of doom and an official response (7:1--8:3) --
Hypocrisy: punishments fitting the crime (8:4-14) --
No escape from the Almighty's wrath (9:1-10) --
Restoration, rebuilding, replanting (9:11-15) --
Obadiah --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Past scholarship on Obadiah --
Date --
Edom in biblical history --
Prophetic oracles against foreigh nations --
Authorship --
Text --
The message --
Translation and commentary --
Edom and the future of Israel (1-21) --
Jonah --
Bibliography --
Introduction --
Jonah the prophet --
Authorship --
Date and setting --
Canonization --
Message and Purpose --
Form and structure --
Style --
Unity and integrity --
Historicity --
Sources for the story --
Text --
The importance of Jonah 4:2 --
Translation and commentary --
Jonah rebels against Yahweh's revelation (1:1-3) --
Storm and sacrifice at sea (1:4-16) --
Jonah rescued by Yahweh's grace (2:1-11) --
A second beginning (3:1-3a) --
Preaching and repentance at Nineveh (3:3b-10) --
Excursus: The sign of Jonah (Matt 12:39-41; Luke 11:29-32) --
God teaches Jonah about anger and compassion (4:1-11).
Series Title: Word biblical commentary, v. 31.
Other Titles: Hosea.
Jonah.
Bible.
Bible.
Bible.
Bible.
Bible.
Responsibility: Douglas Stuart.

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