The Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries Provide Compact, Critical Commentaries On The Books Of The Old Testament For The Use Of Theological Students And Pastors The Commentaries Are Also Useful For Upper Level College Or University Students And For Those Responsible For Teaching In Congregational Settings In Addition To Providing Basic Information And Insights Into The Old Testament Writings, These Commentaries Exemplify The Tasks And Procedures Of Careful Interpretation To Assist Students Of The Old Testament In Coming To An Informed And Critical Engagement With The Biblical Texts ThemselvesThe Prophetic Books Gathered Together In The Book Of The Twelve Are Sometimes Called The Minor Prophets Because Of Their Relatively Small Size When Compared With Isaiah, Jeremiah, And Ezekiel They Are Often Neglected, At Least Partly Because Their Words Of Judgment Make The Reader Uncomfortable Yet They Have Considerable Theological And Ethical Value For Their Call For Social Justice Especially Amos And Micah , Their Insights About The Passionate Love Of God In Hosea , God S Grace And Forgiveness Jonah, Hosea, And Elsewhere , And The Finality Of Hope, Even In The Face Of Terrible Catastrophes
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- 352 pages
- Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah: Abingdon Old Testament Commentary
- Daniel J. Simundson
- 03 February 2019 Daniel J. Simundson