Understand the Prophets Like Never Before with Amazing Insights from One of Today’s Foremost Old Testament Scholars
For many Christians reading the Old Testament, trying to understand Israel’s prophets is like listening to just one side of a phone conversation—you only get half the idea of it. You hear the answer, but how do you know what question the prophet is answering?
In The Lost Letters to the Twelve Prophets, John Goldingay uncovers the questions behind the prophets’ answers that make their meaning and relevance intelligible to us. Written as a series of imaginary letters to the twelve Minor Prophets, The Lost Letters to the Twelve Prophets asks the kinds of questions that Hosea, Micah, Zechariah, and others were answering. The letters make clear the issues these prophets of Israel were dealing with or deliver the news they were responding to in their Old Testament writings. For example,
These and other questions help readers peer behind the veil of Minor Prophets’ utterances and unlock their significance for today’s Christians. Each chapter:
The Lost Letters to the Twelve Prophets offers an imaginative, fun, and engaging way for students, pastors, and all serious Bible readers get a better grip on what is happening in these often misunderstood biblical books and get more out of their Bible reading and study.
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