Dr. John McKenna shows us what the book of Hosea tells us about God. He also has essays about the Word of God, God's names and titles, the freedom of Christ, and a personal story about his last visit with Thomas F. Torrance. Since this book begins with an essay about Hosea, it also concludes with an essay about Hosea, this time by Michael Morrison on the message of Hosea chapter 11.
This e-book contains three articles. The title article is about the work of the 6th-century Alexandrian theologian scientist. The second article discusses "The Interface Between Science and Theology in the Thought of John Philoponos." Third, "Transformations in the History of Cosmology" discusses the way that scientists have changed their view of reality, from ancient times to Newton to Einstein.
John E. McKenna explains that the God of the Old Testament is not some angry God, but is gracious and slow to anger. He is just like Jesus, who became human for our salvation, taking on our human weakness in order to heal it. Everyone is included in his work. Dr. McKenna teaches at Azusa Pacific University and Grace Communion Seminary.