Find insight into Zechariah’s night visions with this reproduction of a series of articles that appeared in the journal Kerux, designed to serve those preaching on the visions. As indicated by the title of the volume, Meredith G. Kline argues that the glory of the heavenly presence of the triune God is the dominant reality in Zechariah’s visionary world. And central in the message of the night visions is the gospel promise that this glory presence is vouchsafed to God’s people at last in eschatological fullness.
Kline offers a biblical-theological reading of the prophetic visions of Zechariah 1–6, studying the significance of these visions in the light of their identity as part of the overall eschatological drama of the kingdom of God from creation to consummation. Though differing somewhat in form from the usual verse-by-verse commentary, this biblical theological study is still a work of rigorous exegesis, with fresh solutions for the key exegetical puzzles that the enigmatic symbolism of the visions presents. Featured throughout the night visions is a remarkably rich revelation of the Messiah, and reflecting that, each chapter represents a different office or redemptive act of Christ that is highlighted in the vision in view.
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