A&C Black, 01/01/1997 - 600 من الصفحات
Here Andrew Macintosh provides a major introduction, followed by translation and verse-by-verse commentary to Hosea. Incorporating up-to-date evidence from archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as the insights of more recent major commentaries, he places particular emphasis on the work of the Rabbinic authorities and especially that of Ibn Janah. He reveals important new evidence concerning the meaning of Hosea's dialectical language to provide an indispensable reference for scholars, students and clergy.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
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according Accordingly action alternative appears Arabic Assyria Assyrian attempt Baal beginning chapter clearly commentators compares concerned connection consequently considerations constitute context correct cult denotes described Deut effect emendation Ephraim evidence Exod expression force further give hand Harper Hebrew Hosea ibn Ezra ibn Janāḥ implies indicate interpretation Israel Jerome Jezreel Judah judgement Kimchi king Kingdom land latter marriage Marti meaning mention nation's nature Northern noun object original parallel particular person Pesh phrase plural possibility preceding present priests promiscuity prophecy prophet punishment question Rashi reading reason recent reference reflects relationship renders represents root Rudolph Samaria seems sense similar singular specifically suggests suppose Targ Targum Text and Versions theory third translation understanding understood verb verse Vulg whole wife Wolff word Yahweh