The Book of the Twelve: Micah–Malachi
The Book of the Twelve: Micah–Malachi

The Book of the Twelve: Micah–Malachi

in Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary

by James D. Nogalski

Pages 656
Publisher Smyth & Helwys
Published 2011
ISBN-13 9781573125987
Written by caring and accomplished scholars with all students of Scripture in mind, this innovative series makes quality Bible study more accessible. Pastors, professors and students of Scripture are discovering that this commentary provides wonderful new tools for enhancing interpretation: informative sidebars, a wealth of fine art visuals, and a searchable CD containing the digital version of the entire work. Over the last thirty years, scholars have begun to explore the implications of an ancient Jewish and Christian tradition that referred to the "Minor Prophets" as "the Twelve," "the Twelve Prophets," or the "Book of the Twelve." Scholarly work on the Book of the Twelve in the last quarter century has focused on two issues in particular: 1) Developing models regarding how the Book of the Twelve came to be recorded on a single scroll, and 2) Isolating unifying elements that transcend the individual writings and take on new significance when the Book of the Twelve becomes a single collection rather than twelve distinct writings. Dr. Nogalski's comprehensive and accessible commentary offers an overview of the ancient traditions concerning the Book of the Twelve that lay the foundation for understanding these recent developments.

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