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A closer look, however, will reveal that the form of the word is equally important. Of the 84 uses of ĈČ› in the Twelve, only eight of them are used in the imperative (command) form and all occur in four writings: the two that open and close the Twelve (Hosea–Joel) and (Zechariah–Malachi) (Hos. 12, 13; Zech. 12; Mal. 7). Of these eight uses, two occur in the repeated phrase ‘Return to me and I will return to you’ (Zech. 3; Mal. 7), and it is this phrase that I believe holds the key to the unity of the Twelve.

Ernst; Neukirchen–Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2000), pp. 207-24. 70. Craig Bowman, ‘Reading the Twelve as One: Hosea 1-3 as an Introduction to the Book of the Twelve (The Minor Prophets)’, SCJ 9 (2006), pp. 1-18. 71. See also John D. W. ), Reading and Hearing the Book of the Twelve, pp. 209-18. Watts asserts that it is Yhwh’s love that forms the frame of the book. For other connections between Hosea and Malachi see George Andrew Tooze, ‘Framing the Book of the Twelve: Connections Between Hosea and Malachi’ (PhD dissertation, The Iliff School of Theology and University of Denver, 2002).

P. 199). 87. Seitz’s reference to Jonah as an example of the interdependence between the individual writings mirrors Sweeney’s theological concerns. ‘Jonah’s portrayal of an episode in national repentance, even by the Assyrian enemies of Israel, must ¿nd its place alongside the subsequent report of Nahum. At the same time, Jonah’s canonical placement assures that the unilateral judgment of Edom, registered earlier in Obadiah, is not seen as the only means by which the God of Israel relates to the nations’ (Seitz, Prophecy and Hermeneutics, p.

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