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Calf, Cult, and King: The Unity of Hosea 8:1-13

Calf, Cult, and King: The Unity of Hosea 8:1-13 Gnuse, Calf, Cult, and King: The Unity of Hosea 8:1-13 Whereas the signs in the first part of the gospel are meant to prove that Jesus is the Messiah, the Old Testament testimonia in the second part of the gospel are meant to prove that the disgrace of the crucifixion was Jesus' very purpose and, indeed, was his hour of glorification • Trinity Western College, Langley B. C., Canada, 2. März 1981. Craig A. Evans. "Sound the trumpet, prophet!" Deep feelings pour from the Prophet Hosea; from his oracles come the anguished feelings of hate, Iove, and hurt flowing from both God and prophet in indistinguishable fashion. ln Hos 8 this passion reaches a climax as God and prophet assault the heart of lsrael's society, the king, golden calf, and sacrificial cult. Translation 1. Raise the trumpet to your mouth as the eagle swoops down upon God's country. For they have broken my covenant and transgressed my law. 2. They cry to me, "My God, we know you ... we, lsrael!" 3. Israel hated the good, and now an enemy will pursue him. 4. They make kings, but not in aceerd with my will , they make princes, but http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biblische Zeitschrift Brill

Calf, Cult, and King: The Unity of Hosea 8:1-13

Biblische Zeitschrift , Volume 26 (1): 10 – Jun 14, 1982

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0006-2014
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2589-0468
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10.1163/25890468-02601007
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Abstract

Gnuse, Calf, Cult, and King: The Unity of Hosea 8:1-13 Whereas the signs in the first part of the gospel are meant to prove that Jesus is the Messiah, the Old Testament testimonia in the second part of the gospel are meant to prove that the disgrace of the crucifixion was Jesus' very purpose and, indeed, was his hour of glorification • Trinity Western College, Langley B. C., Canada, 2. März 1981. Craig A. Evans. "Sound the trumpet, prophet!" Deep feelings pour from the Prophet Hosea; from his oracles come the anguished feelings of hate, Iove, and hurt flowing from both God and prophet in indistinguishable fashion. ln Hos 8 this passion reaches a climax as God and prophet assault the heart of lsrael's society, the king, golden calf, and sacrificial cult. Translation 1. Raise the trumpet to your mouth as the eagle swoops down upon God's country. For they have broken my covenant and transgressed my law. 2. They cry to me, "My God, we know you ... we, lsrael!" 3. Israel hated the good, and now an enemy will pursue him. 4. They make kings, but not in aceerd with my will , they make princes, but

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Published: Jun 14, 1982

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