This commentary focuses on the books of Hosea through Malachi, focusing on their contents in light of the Minor Prophets as a whole. Over the last thirty years, biblical scholars have explored the implications of an ancient Jewish and Christian tradition that referred to the Minor Prophets as “the Twelve.” Scholarly work on the Book of the Twelve in the last quarter century has focused on developing models of how these texts came to be recorded on a single scroll and on identifying points of unity within the single collection. Nogalski’s comprehensive and accessible commentary offers an overview of ancient traditions concerning the Book of the Twelve. He also explains this scholarly perspective and presents findings and their implications for modern readers.
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