The Books of Haggai and Malachi

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, Mar 10, 1987 - Religion - 384 pages
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This commentary by Pieter A. Verhoef offers a thorough exegesis and exposition of Haggai and Malachi — two important books of Scripture that, unfortunately, are little studied — and stresses the relevance of these prophets' messages in terms of continuity and discontinuity for the Christian church.

Verhoef's introduction to each book elucidates questions of authorship, style, text, structure, historical background, and message. Making extensive use of structural analysis, Verhoef argues convincingly for the authenticity, unity, and integrity of both books.

Verhoef also brings his knowledge of the ancient Near East, the Old Testament, and biblical scholarship to bear in the commentary proper, and he displays theological acumen and pastoral sensitivity in tailoring his exposition for the student and pastor as well as for the scholar.
 

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One of the best written and informative detailed works on the Minor Prophets I have ever read. It has me contemplating buying the whole series! Read full review

Contents

V
3
VI
9
VII
14
VIII
17
IX
18
X
20
XI
25
XII
32
XXVI
164
XXVII
168
XXVIII
171
XXX
179
XXXI
185
XXXII
187
XXXIII
193
XXXV
208

XIII
39
XIV
41
XV
43
XVI
91
XVII
110
XVIII
138
XIX
151
XX
153
XXI
154
XXII
156
XXIII
160
XXIV
162
XXV
163
XXXVI
236
XXXVII
262
XXXVIII
282
XXXIX
297
XL
312
XLI
337
XLIII
347
XLIV
349
XLV
353
XLVI
362
XLVII
363
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