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 The Minor Prophets (Les Petits Prophètes)

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This study by Professor Charles L. Feinberg of the Twelve Little Prophets allows us to better understand the life, times and great ideas of these men of God.

As for the historical facts and the cultural framework in which the twelve little prophets received from the Lord the message to be delivered to Israel, no scholar versed in the biblical texts will be able to fault Professor Feinberg on how it processes different data. His deep knowledge of Biblical Hebrew, coupled with a perfect command of New Testament Greek, makes him a well-qualified scholar to engage in in-depth study of the Holy Scriptures.

While the author's extensive knowledge and research is evident on every page, the fact remains that he uses simple and precise language in order to effectively convey the message of Scripture, everything by promoting the spiritual growth of its readers.

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Table of contents

Foreword
Preface

PART ONE: DARE: GOD'S LOVE FOR ISRAEL
1. Hosea, the prophet
2. The importance of prophecy
3. “I know Ephraim”
4. Multiple altars

PART TWO: JOEL, AMOS AND ABDIAS
5. Joel: the day of the Lord
6. Amos: the righteousness of God
7. Obadiah: The judgment of Edom

PART THREE: JONAS, MICHÉE AND NAHUM
8. Jonah: the love of God for all nations
9. Micah: anger of God against Samaria and Jerusalem
10. Nahum: judgment of Nineveh

PART FOUR: HABACUC, SOPHONIA AND AGGÉE
11. Habakkuk: faith problems
12. Zephaniah: the day of the Lord
13. Aggee: reconstruction of the temple

PART FIVE: ZACHARIA AND MALACHIA
14. Words of comfort
15. Sin is taken away
16. War and the prince of peace
17. Day of atonement for Israel

br> 18. Malachi: Formal worship

Details

Original title : The minor prophets
Author : Charles L. Feinberg
Publisher : Impact
Publication : 2003
ISBN : 978-2-89082-063-0
Pages : 387
Dimensions : 5.5 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 458 g