Old Testament Narrative
Old Testament Narratives are units of thought that fit within the larger framework of an Old Testament Book.
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There is no explicit reference to Malachi – either the prophet or the book – in the New Testament. The influence of Malachi upon the New Testament must therefore be determined by a consideration of the quotations from and allusions to the book. &nb... Read More »
As any perceptive reader knows, the more one reads a particular author with appreciation, the more one tends to think as the author thinks. Can we apply this adage to the reading of the Bible? It would be presumptuous to believe that we can think as God thinks... Read More »
Theological Introduction After Solomon died Israel split into two inde pendent nations: the Northern Kingdom (also referred to as Israel), larger in size and military strength but weaker in religion; and the Southern Kingdom (referred to as Judah), only a ru... Read More »
I. Introduction (1:1) The opening verse of Malachi serves as a superscription or introduction to the entire book. It states three important facts: (1) what follows is the word of God, (2) it is addressed to the people called Israel, and (3) it is communicated ... Read More »