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Book Description

Title:
The Books of the Prophets Micah, Obadiah, Joel and Jonah with Introduction and Notes. Westminster Commentaries
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Methuen & Co.
Pages:
156
Subjects:
Micah, Obadiah, Joel, Jonah, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

George Woosung Wade [1858-1941], The Books of the Prophets Micah, Obadiah, Joel and Jonah with Introduction and Notes. Westminster Commentaries

Table of Contents

  • Prefatory Note by the General Editor
  • Preface
  • Introduction to Micah
    1. The Title and Contents
    2. The Disputed Unity of the Book; Chronological Table of the Prophecies in the Book of Micah
    3. The Conditions of Micah's Age and the Tenor of his Teaching
  • Introduction to Obadiah
    1. The Title, Contents, and Structure
    2. The Passage Common to Obadiah and Jeremiah
    3. The Date
    4. Edom and the Edomites
  • Introduction to Joel
    1. The Title and Contents
    2. The Interpretation of the Book
    3. The Unity of the Book
    4. The Date of the Book
    5. Joel and Eschatology
      Note on Locusts
  • Introduction to Jonah
    1. The Title, Contents, and Purpose
    2. The Date
    3. The Defective Unity of the Book
    4. The Character of the Narratives
  • General Supplement to the Separate Introductions
    1. The Theology of the Books of Micah, Obadiah, Joel and Jonah
    2. Messianic Prophecy
    3. Hebrew Versification
  • Commentary Micah
  • Commentary on Obadiah
    • Appendix: The Oracle quoted in common by Obadiah and Jeremiah
  • Commentary on Joel
  • Commentary on Jonah
    • Addtional Note by the General Editor
    • Appendix I. The Psalm in ch. ii. rendered in the Rhythm of the Original
    • Appendex II. Critical Analysis of Jonah
  • Index