Malachi is frequently overlooked by both scholars and laypeople alike. Yet Malachi's passionate call to repentance was crucial in the history of the nation of Israel. In his well respected translation and commentary, Hill places the book of Malachi in its historical context, offering an illuminating perspective on Israel's cultural and religious thought in the fifth century B.C. Hill brilliantly illumines and enlivens some of the neglected prophecies in Malachi. Those prophecies that are brimming with divine wrath, yet still include hope for a new day. Andrew E. Hill offers a premier commentary on an often neglected prophetic book. Softcover from Yale University P ress.
Andrew E. Hill, PH.D., teaches Old Testament studies and Hebrew at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, where he lives.