An Interpretation of the Twelve Minor Prophets of the Hebrew Bible: The Emergence of Eschatology as a Theological Theme
By: Sean P. Kealy (author)Hardback
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The Book of Twelve Minor Prophets is one of the most loved, discussed and influential parts of the Bible. This work presents the history of interpretation of the Book of Twelve Minor Prophets and demonstrates its relevance.
1. Hosea: "Break your heart for the unfaithful - God does!"; 2. Joel: "Beat your ploughshares into swords." (4:10); 3. Amos: You should have known better'; 4. Obadiah: "The pride of your heart has deceived you" (V.3); 5. Jonah: The Runaway Prophet: "What right do you have to be angry?" (4:4); 6. Micah: An Invitation to Your Own Trial'; 7. Nahum: Nineveh is like a pool/whose waters escape/"stop! stop!"/but none turns back" (2:9); 8. Habakkuk: "Yet I will rejoice in the Lord" (3:18); 9. Zephaniah: The coming Day of Yahweh: "Dies irae, dies illa" (1:15-16); 10. Haggai: What's going on? You have been back twenty years!"; 11. Zechariah: "Even those who were scornful on that day of small beginnings shall rejoice..." (4:10); 12. Malachi: "I have loved you... but you say "How have you loved us?" (1:2).
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