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Car c'est l'amour qui me plait, non le sacrifice-- : recherches sur Osée 6:6 et son interpretation juive et chrétienne /
édité par Eberhard Bons.
imprint
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, c2004.
description
[vii], 198 p.
ISBN
9004136770 (alk. paper)
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Leiden ; Boston : Brill, c2004.
isbn
9004136770 (alk. paper)
general note
"Le present volume est issu d'un seminaire de recherche conduit en 2002-2003 dans le cadre du Groupe de Recherches sur la Septante de la Faculte de Theologie Protestante de l'Universite March Bloch, Strasbourg."--Preface.
catalogue key
5146135
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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' This is a well-conceived and well-executed volume that introduces hermeneutical tradition in an accessible, exciting way.'D.V. Edelman, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 2005.
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This book contributes to the study of Hosea 6:6 ("For what I desire is love and not sacrifice, and I prefer knowledge of God to burnt offerings") and its reception in ancient Jewish and Christian writings. Some of the articles contained in this book address the verse itself and the use made of it in the Sibylline Oracles, Gospel of Matthew, rabbinic writings, and patristic literature. Other articles deal with the notion of sacrifice in Philo and with the notion of mercy in the Septuagint, the Gospel of Luke, and Greek literature.
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All those interested in biblical, rabbinical and patristic studies, as well as classical philologists and historians of the Antiquity.
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The book deals with Hosea 6:6 and its reception in ancient Jewish and Christian writings: the Septuagint, Sibylline Oracles, New Testament, Rabbinic and Patristic writings.
Main Description
This book contributes to the study of Hosea 6:6 (For what I desire is love and not sacrifice, and I prefer knowledge of God to burnt offerings") and its reception in ancient Jewish and Christian writings. Some of the articles contained in this book address the verse itself and the use made of it in the Sibylline Oracles, Gospel of Matthew, rabbinic writings, and patristic literature. Other articles deal with the notion of sacrifice in Philo and with the notion of mercy in the Septuagint, the Gospel of Luke, and Greek literature."

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