Jonah Micah Nahum Habbakkuk Zephaniah (Focus On The Bible Commentary Series)
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About "Jonah Micah Nahum Habbakkuk Zephaniah (Focus On The Bible Commentary Series)"
These prophets were writing in the time period 7th to 8th Century BC (although Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah all were writing towards the end of the 7th Century BC). Micah is the oldest prophesy here, he was a contemporary of Isaiah. Jonah came in between at the start of the 7th Century. The major prophetic themes of the destruction of Israels enemies, the judgement of God upon Israel when she turns from him, and the peace that would result from living in harmony with God, are all here. There are also Messianic and future prophetic themes such as the eternal reign of a King from the line of David (Micah) and the destruction of Jerusalem (Zephaniah). This fascinating period of Bible history is full of drama, wisdom and insight.
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John Mackay is International Director of 'Creation Research' and for three decades has been lecturing on God's creation and leading field trips on creation and Noah's flood around the globe. John takes a strong stand on the literal truth of the entire canon of Christian Scripture from Genesis to Revelation. He has a gift for communicating the Bible's teaching effectively to the ordinary person.
John has made several documentaries on evolution and broadcasts his Bible and Science teaching programs on cable networks in the US and Canada, and on TBN and SKY networks in the UK and Europe.
John has contended for a literal biblical Creation in public debates with leading mainstream scientists, including Oxford professor Richard Dawkins.
John has published many articles and has appeared widely on radio and TV, and in public seminars in universities, schools, and churches throughout the western world.