By Dwight R. Daniels
During this in-depth learn drawing at the paintings of Gerhard Von Rad and different salvation-historical students, Dwight R. Daniels reconstruct Hosea’s realizing of Israel’s heritage and the way Israel is the manager communicator of God’s salvation for the realm.
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39. Furthermore, earlier sources also depict Moses as a prophet, see below p. 51. Cf. textual note 4a. Wolff; cf. Mays; Jeremias. Jacob; Andersen-Freedman. " The first argument, however, is purely subjective, and the second cannot carry the full burden of proof. For it to do so one would have to presuppose that an idea or phrase must occur twice before it can be authentic, but such a presupposition is arbitrary. Also, the argument in this form can at best establish that Hosea drew upon a set or common phraseology.
It is not until relatively late that a group of "deuteronomically stamped" texts (Gen. 50:24; Ex. '» It must be said, however, that this is certainly a small "group" to perform such a monumental task. Rendtorff discusses a series of other texts, but it is not clear in every instance which, if any, are to be assigned to the same revisionai layer as Gen. 50:24; Ex. 33:l-3a. His summary suggests that none are to be so assigned since only Gen. 50:24 and Ex. " As a possible means out of this dilemma and in any case a fact to be reckoned with is the "silence" of the pre-exilic literature where the 123 R.
Wolff who, at least for Hos. " On this view we have (almost) direct access to Hosea's prophecies in the original "keiygmatic units" in which they were first spoken. Each keiygmatic unit actually corresponds to a single situation and/or appearance, and the order of the various sub-units within each unit corresponds to the actual order in which they were delivered. All we need do is identify the situation and ^ Those attributing the redaction of Hos. 4-U to Hosea's disciples naturally do the same here; see above p.