THE CROSS OF HOSEA by H. Wheeler-Ed. Robinson

THE CROSS OF HOSEA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The way in which the prophet Hosea utilized his tragic experience with his unfaithful wife as a parable of the relationship of the grace of God and human sin has always been an intriguing subject for students of the Bible, theologians and preachers. This little book, while adding nothing particularly novel to the interpretation of the book of Hosea, is a spiritually sensitive exposition which will be suggestive to preachers and interesting to students of the Old Testament and its religious ideas.

Pub Date: May 16th, 1949
Publisher: Westminster Press