Obadiah, Jonah, Micah: A Theological Commentary

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Bloomsbury Academic, Nov 1, 2008 - Religion - 240 pages
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This commentary is written primarily for beginning students and enquiring lay people, though it will also prove useful to scholars, clergy and others involved in helping people to understand the Bible better. The commentary provides an introduction to the background, structure and message of each biblical book, followed by a running commentary on the text in which key words and phrases, as well as any contentious issues, are explained in more detail. Full bibliographies and indexes are also included.

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Philip P. Jenson teaches Old Testament and Hebrew at Ridley Hall at Cambridge University. His previous publications include Graded Holiness (Sheffield 1992) and Reading Jonah (Grove Books 1999).

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