The prophets of the Old Testament conveyed the words of God to ancient Israel, promised the advent of Jesus the Messiah, and are still relevant to our modern setting. Paul Ferris educates viewers on the office of prophet, provides detailed character studies of prophets like Isaiah and Jeremiah, and outlines his methodology for teaching powerful lessons drawn from their lives and teaching. This course allows modern students and teachers of the Bible to identify themes in the ministries of Old Testament prophets and to relate them to their church, their classroom, and in a devotional sense.
This is the audio only version of OT231 Survey of Major Prophets. To purchase the full course, click here.
Paul Ferris Jr. is a professor of Hebrew Bible at Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition to a teaching and leadership ministry in theological education in the U.S. and Canada as well as in Egypt, Haiti, Israel, and Romania, he has had the privilege to serve as pastor, church planter and hospital chaplain.
He has authored The Genre of Communal Lament in the Bible and the Ancient Near East as well as the Expositor’s Bible Commentary on Lamentation and the Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary on Lamentations. He has contributed signed articles to the Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia, the Anchor Bible Dictionary, the Dictionary of the Old Testament Wisdom, Poetry & Writings, the Dictionary of the Old Testament Prophets, and the Lexham Bible Dictionary.