Minor Prophets: Hosea Through Malachi (Bible Knowledge Commentary Series)
: God's Love and Justice on Display What do we know about the date of Joel's ministry? How do the warnings of Malachi relate to the Book of Revelation? How did Amos's profession as a rancher influence his...
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God's Love and Justice on Display
What do we know about the date of Joel's ministry? How do the warnings of Malachi relate to the Book of Revelation? How did Amos's profession as a rancher influence his prophetic voice?
Drawing on the research of internationally known Bible scholars, this detailed commentary looks at each verse of the final books of the Old Testament. The words of the minor prophets draw us closer to God by teaching us about His enduring love, His judgment to the unfaithful and mercy to the repentant, and His call to restoration for people who have suffered.
Covering every book from Hosea through Malachi, this commentary shows the meaning behind these powerful prophecies while reminding us how ordinary people spoke extraordinary truth on behalf of a loving and just God.
ROY ZUCK (B.A. Biola University, Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary), Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, has taught at the seminary for more than 23 years. He is author of a number of books, including "Open Letter to a Jehovah's Witness", and is the editor of "Childhood Education in the Church, Biblical Theology of the Old Testament, " and "Biblical Theology of the New Testament". Dr. Zuck resides in Dallas, Texas.
John F Walvoord is considered the world's foremost interpreter of biblical prophecy. He authored nearly 30 books including the New York Times bestseller, Armagaeddon, Oil and The Midle East Crisis. He served as president and professor of systematic theology at Dallas Theological Seminary from 1952-1986. He earned degrees from Wheaton College, Texas Christian University, and Dallas Theological Seminary. Walvoord died in December 2002 at the age of 92.- Publisher.