Readable, reliable, and redacted for busy pastors and serious Bible readers. Identifying and discussing the main theme of each passage, this commentary reveals how each verse contributes to and synthesizes with the Old Testament's development. Features a graphical display of the text, Hebrew grammar and linguistic helps, important theological and canonical insights, and more. 192 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 208 Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2014
Hearing the Message of Scripture: A Commentary on the Old Testament With careful analysis and interpretation rooted in a study of Hebrew, this addition to the Hearing the Message of Scripture series tracks the flow of argument in the Old Testament book of Jonah, showing that how a biblical author says something is just as important as what they say. Through a set of distinctive features, the Hearing the Message of Scripture series serves pastors and teachers in their study of the Old Testament, helping them better understand and better convey the meaning behind each biblical text. Key features include: A Graphical Display of the Text of Each Passage, enabling readers to grasp quickly and accurately the main idea of the text, its development, and supporting ideas; and allowing them to understand how the commentator arrived at this depiction and interpretation of the passage. Identification and Discussion of the Main Idea of Each Passage, with a special emphasis on identifying and discussing the main thrust of each passage and showing how it contributes to the development of the whole composition. Help in Drawing Out the Meaning of the Hebrew for Interpretation, drawing on Hebrew grammar in the service of meaning. Theological and Canonical Significance, providing a theological and applicational discussion of the main thrust of the passage, synthesizing the theology of the passage and elaborating on it.
Kevin Youngblood (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of Bible andamp; Religion at Harding University.
Daniel I. Block (D.Phil, University of Liverpool) is Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College.
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