You have a text in the Book of Hosea
that says, "Out of Egypt, I have called my son." In the Book of Hosea
, the son is Israel.
Around the time the bill first came up in the Knesset, the 929 project reached the Book of Hosea
. The project, created by Rabbi Benny Lau, encourages Israeli Jews--religious, secular and in-between--to read the same five chapters of the Bible each week and meet to discuss them.
The book of Hosea
is an extended rant by a God who is mad with love for a covenant partner, mad with hurt for that partner's unfaithfulness, just plain mad at human stupidity and arrogance.
Rashi's interpretation gains support from the fact that throughout the Book of Hosea
, mother and children both refer to all Israel, rather than to different subsets of the population.
Tully examines the Syriac Peshitta version of the book of Hosea
for clues as to when the Old Testament book of prophecies was translated from the Hebrew, and clues about the social context of the translator and translation.
Even the Bible says in the book of Hosea
(4:6) "My people are perishing for lack of knowledge." It means people do not perish because of the absence of knowledge, but for insufficient knowledge concerning things we involve ourselves with.
Today I am reading the book of Hosea
. I still have to go through the New Testament.
Reconsidering the date and provenance of the Book of Hosea
; the case for Persian-period Yehud.
In this theological commentary on the book of Hosea
After some research and a vote, we settled on Redeeming Love, by Francine Rivers, which was billed as a retelling of the biblical book of Hosea
set in the California gold rush.
The first reading by Margaret was from the Book of Hosea
who welcomed his wife back into his family after she had disgraced herself.
Thus the sacraments strengthen faith and express it." The section on Baptism opens with a passage from the Book of Hosea
, which speaks of God's tender love for humanity and readiness to forgive our sins.