Bible Exposition Commentary: Old Testament, the Prophets (Google eBook)

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David C Cook, Jan 1, 2002 - Religion - 496 pages
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At last, a reader-friendly commentary that reads like letters from a good friend! This new edition, the second in the Old Testament series following "The Pentateuch, covers all of the books of the major and minor prophets.
  

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Rated: B+ Warren Wiersbe is one of the great modern day Bible expositors. His "Be" series of New Testament is covered in these two volumes. He brought keen insights and explanations to each chapter. I was encouraged and enriched by his insights. Read full review

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This commentary set covers the entire Bible. It is a compilation of Wiersbe's popular "BE" series. They are wonderful for those who would like to search the Scriptures more to gain deeper ... Read full review

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Jonah
377
Micah
389
Nahum
405
Habakkuk
411
Zaphaniah
425
Haggai
437
Zechariah
447
Malachi
477

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About the author (2002)

Clergyman, author and lecturer Warren Wendell Wiersbe was born in East Chicago on May 16, 1929. He attended Indiana University, Roosevelt University and Northern Baptist Seminary. He was ordained in 1953 and was the pastor of a number of churches, including Moody Church in Chicago. He was the general director for the radio show, Back to the Bible, and is Writer-in-Residence at Cornerstone College and Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Grand Rapids Seminary. He has written more than one hundred books and is the Senior Contributing Editor for Baker Book House.

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