The last historical events depicted in the Old Testament are recorded in the books of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. Following the heart wrenching turmoil of exile, Ezra and Nehemiah led God’s people in the reconstruction of the temple and wall in Jerusalem. Their stories—and the remarkable tale of Esther from the same period—vividly demonstrate God’s faithfulness and mercy, setting in motion events that would culminate in the New Testament era and the coming of Christ.
This collection contains 1,500 pages of interpretation, application, and contextual studies drawn from noted authors such as William Kelly, Thomas Kelly Cheyne, E.W. Bullinger, and John Gifford Bellett. They have had an enduring impact on Old Testament exegesis, providing easy access to a wealth of significant scholarship.
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Add 18 more volumes of time-tested biblical scholarship on these three books with Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther (18 vols.).