Exploring the Minor Prophets: An Expository Commentary

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Kregel Academic, 2002 - Religion - 344 pages
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Books in the John Phillips Commentary Series are designed to provide pastors, Sunday school teachers, and students of the Scripture with doctrinally sound interpretation that emphasizes the practical application of Bible truth. Working from the familiar King James Version, Dr. Phillips not only provides helpful commentary on the text, but also includes detailed outlines and numerous illustrations and quotations. Anyone wanting to explore the meaning of God's Word in greater depth--for personal spiritual growth or as a resource for preaching and teaching--will welcome the guidance and insights of this respected series.

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I learned a lot about the old testament minor prophets and the history of that time through this book. Thorough and readable content. Learning about the minor prophets is a gain in Spiritual knowledge. Read full review

User Review  - Sallyann Lopes - Christianbook.com

This is a wonderful compliment to my volumes of Exploring the Old and New Testaments by John Phillips. As I am studying the Minor Prophets this year, I am happy to have this volume to aid me in my study. Read full review


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About the author (2002)

John Phillips (1927-2010) served as assistant director of the Moody Correspondence School as well as director of the Emmaus Correspondence School, one of the world's largest Bible correspondence ministries. He also taught in the Moody Evening School and on the Moody Broadcasting radio network.

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