Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Alfred von Rohr Sauer
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Hosea 1:2; Hosea 1:3; Hosea 1:4; Hosea 1:6; Hosea 1:9; Hosea 3:1; 2 Chronicles 2:11; 1 Kings 10:9; Deuteronomy 4:37; Hosea 4:12; Hosea 9:1; Hosea 11:2; Hosea 9:7; Hosea 9:10; Hosea 13:5; Deuteronomy 32:10; Hosea 10:1; Hosea 13:1; Hosea 10:11; Hosea 12:3-4; Hosea 12:5; Hosea 12:13; Hosea 12:10; Hosea 6:5-6; Matthew 2:15; Exodus 4:12; Jeremiah 2:27; Hosea 14:3; Hosea 9:10; Deuteronomy 29:23; Hosea 6:4; Hosea 13:13; Hosea 13:14;
The main objective of this study then. is to outline clearly both the encounter and the message of each prophet over against the love of God, and to understand the basic concepts of the divine love motif as found in these two authors . On the basis of this outline certain leading conclusions can be formed by comparing the principle themes in each writer. In this way the basic unity and the significant diversity of their outlook can be summarized.
Habel, Norman Charles, "The Divine Love Motif in Hosea and Jeremiah" (1956). Bachelor of Divinity. 478.
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