When times are hard, it is difficult to believe that God loves us. All appearances seem to count against such a belief. Yet, that is exactly what this little Book of Malachi is all about. Yahweh still loves Israel in spite of all appearances to the contrary. And this same unchanging Lord still loves us. This, then, is the central affirmation and the key argument of the book: God has, and continues, to love us, and no amount of doubting, objecting, or arguing the contrary will remove this fact.
A useful and up to date commentary . . . that not only discusses the lexical, syntactical and theological problems of the original text but also consistently attempts to bridge the historical gap by applying the message of the book to the contemporary reader. . . . [This] commentary is a valuable and needed addition to the literature available on [Malachi]
—Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
A demonstration model for the application of the principles of exegesis described by the author in his Toward an Exegetical Theology. . . . Kaiser’s two volumes should prove helpful to seminarians.
—Society for Old Testament Study Book List
Stands in dialogue with some recent scholarship and offers interesting structural observations. . . . The book will be of most value for use within ecclesiastical circles. Nonetheless, it will also be of interest to the scholar working on the minor prophets.
—Religious Studies Review
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