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The Minor Prophets (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)

Thomas Edward Mccomiskey (Ed)

The Minor Prophets (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)

Thomas Edward Mccomiskey (Ed)

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528 Pages

- Publisher -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Minor Prophets have not been popular subjects in the history of biblical interpretation. Their messages of doom and judgment concentrate on nations and events that seem to have little relevance for believers today. The Minor Prophets commentary set remedies this neglect by "causing the voices of these ancient men of God to ring with clarity in a world that sorely needs spiritual and moral strength." An authoritative, up-to-date, and substantive evangelical commentary on the Minor Prophets has been long in coming. This final volume of a three-volume set on the Minor Prophets is a helpful resource for understanding the Old Testament prophetic message. The Minor Prophets sets a new standard among Old Testament commentaries, featuring the finest evangelical Old Testament scholars. The authors not only provide meticulous exegesis of the Hebrew text but also relate the message of the ancient prophets in practical and meaningful ways to contemporary life. Each commentary is prefaced by an introduction that presents the historical background, date, and authorship of the prophetic book. The introduction also includes a select bibliography and an analytical outline, which forms the framework for the commentary. Throughout the volume, the authors provide their own translations alongside that of the New Revised Standard Version. The commentary proper falls into two sections. The exegesis (at the top of each page) examines the Hebrew text in detail, interacts with the current literature, and sets forth sound conclusions. The exposition (at the bottom of each page) amplifies the exegesis by discussing related theological and hermeneutical issues, explaining the flow of the prophetic narrative, and making appropriate applications.

- Publisher Using the NRSV, this volume offers an authoritative, evangelical treatment of the prophets. Motyer comments on Zephaniah and Haggai, McComiskey on Zechariah, and Stuart on Malachi.

- Publisher

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About "The Minor Prophets (Volume 3) (Expositional Commentary Series)"

528 Pages
- Publisher

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Minor Prophets have not been popular subjects in the history of biblical interpretation. Their messages of doom and judgment concentrate on nations and events that seem to have little relevance for believers today. The Minor Prophets commentary set remedies this neglect by "causing the voices of these ancient men of God to ring with clarity in a world that sorely needs spiritual and moral strength." An authoritative, up-to-date, and substantive evangelical commentary on the Minor Prophets has been long in coming. This final volume of a three-volume set on the Minor Prophets is a helpful resource for understanding the Old Testament prophetic message. The Minor Prophets sets a new standard among Old Testament commentaries, featuring the finest evangelical Old Testament scholars. The authors not only provide meticulous exegesis of the Hebrew text but also relate the message of the ancient prophets in practical and meaningful ways to contemporary life. Each commentary is prefaced by an introduction that presents the historical background, date, and authorship of the prophetic book. The introduction also includes a select bibliography and an analytical outline, which forms the framework for the commentary. Throughout the volume, the authors provide their own translations alongside that of the New Revised Standard Version. The commentary proper falls into two sections. The exegesis (at the top of each page) examines the Hebrew text in detail, interacts with the current literature, and sets forth sound conclusions. The exposition (at the bottom of each page) amplifies the exegesis by discussing related theological and hermeneutical issues, explaining the flow of the prophetic narrative, and making appropriate applications.
- Publisher

Using the NRSV, this volume offers an authoritative, evangelical treatment of the prophets. Motyer comments on Zephaniah and Haggai, McComiskey on Zechariah, and Stuart on Malachi.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Thomas Edward Mccomiskey (Ed)

McComiskey is former professor of Old Testament exegesis and biblical theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and is presiding fellow of the American College of Biblical Theologians.

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  • Catalogue Code 89851
  • Product Code 0801020557
  • EAN 9780801020551
  • Pages 1412
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Zephaniah
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Mar 1998
  • Dimensions 267 x 190 x 36 mm
  • Weight 1.134kg

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