Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi: an introduction and commentary

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Inter-varsity Press, 1972 - Religion - 253 pages
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Three neglected but important prophets receive a fresh and penetrating analysis in this introduction and commentary. For each prophet's work, Joyce Baldwin first considers the general issues of author, text and message, then offers a passage-by-passage commentary."Considerable attention has been given in the book to background material, and proper consideration is accorded to the views of those from whom the author differs," writes reviewer R. K. Harrison. "In expounding the text, Baldwin produces evidence of balanced scholarship and a high degree of spiritual insight."

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User Review  - RICHARD HOLT - Christianbook.com

Baldwin is an Evangelical writer whose work is always helpful. This book is no exception. It is very brief, but serves as a great aid to personal study and/or lesson preparation. It is one of the ... Read full review

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One of the best commentaries out there for these last three prophetical books. Read full review

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Contents

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
13
HAGGAI
20
ANALYSIS
35
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Joyce G. Baldwin (B.A., B.D.) was principal of Trinity College, Bristol, and wrote several volumes in the Tyndale Old Testament Commentary series. She died in 1996.

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