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Commentary on the Twelve Prophets
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The truth emerging from a reading of the Commentary is that both views are wide of the mark. Theodore does not entertain a Christological interpretation of verse after verse in the manner of his Alexandrian contemporary Didymus, but he situates these twelve prophetic figures from the eighth to the sixth century of Israel's history within an overall Christological perspective. True to his school's accent on historia, however, he prefers to look for a factual basis to their prophecy (a problem in the case of Jonah), is less sensitive to the moving imagery of a Hosea or a Micah than modern readers would appreciate, and is unfamiliar with the genre of apocalyptic, which appears especially in Joel and Zechariah. Theodoret of Cyrus in the decades after Theodore's death had his works open before him as he commented on prophets, just as modern commentators will also appreciate his work.
Commentary on the Twelve Prophets was published by The Catholic University of America Press in November 2013. The ISBN for Commentary on the Twelve Prophets is 9780813226439.
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|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Publisher||The Catholic University of America Press (November 2013)|
|Number of Pages||435|