Bit Part Prophets Of The Bible Paperback
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Bit Part Prophets Of The Bible
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Bit Part Prophets Of The Bible by Ray Markham was published by CWR in October 2011 and is our 13160th best seller. The ISBN for Bit Part Prophets Of The Bible is 9781853456343.
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Bit Part Prophets of the BibleGraham Wise, via The Good Book Stall
The Minor Prophets are a puzzle for many people. Much of their message seems to be doom and gloom and their background and context seems a mystery. As a result they are a largely neglected part of the Bible. In fact, their messages provide us with some of the Bible’s key images of God, e.g. his love for his wayward people (Hosea), his compassion for the Gentiles (Jonah), and his concern for social justice (Amos). Ray Markham shows the Minor Prophets as real and lively men with a passion for both God and their communities, and in so doing brings them to life for us today.
Markham’s Introduction gives us the background to these men and the societies of their day. Each chapter introduces the individual prophet, moves on to a scholarly analysis of the text and ends with a challenging and thought provoking questions posed by these ancient prophets for us today.
This will be a particularly useful volume for preachers but also for anyone wanting to delve deeper into this section of the Bible. It is written in a clear and readable style and each chapter conforms to a similar pattern, thus making it a very easily navigated and useable book.
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Details for Bit Part Prophets Of The Bible
|Author / Artist||Ray Markham|
|Publisher||CWR (October 2011)|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||11th December 2017|