The book of Zechariah contains numerous references to the books in the Hebrew canon and without proper study the mention of them can cause confusion. Studies on Zechariah takes an in depth look at the allusions used in Zechariah 9–14 and brings to light the configuration of Zechariah and to clarify how its structure has a specific form which differs from the other canonical books.
The Evasive Text by Mark Cameron Love discusses the symbolism of Zechariah from a logistical standpoint and analyzes the logic that is a part of Zechariah 1–8. Also discussed is the postexilic-period in Raymond F. Person’s book Second Zechariah and the Deuteronomic School. He takes apart the idea that during the time of exile the Deuteronomic school came to an end. However, the Deuteronomic phraseology used in Zechariah could mean that the Deuteronomic school continued through the postexilic-period. Person inspects these two ideas, give a history of each and presents the result of his findings.
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- Contains a list of abbreviations used
- Each volume discusses each passage in depth
- Includes an index of References and Authors
- Structure and the Book of Zechariah, by Mike Butterworth
- Bringing out the Treasure, by Mark J. Boda and Michael Floyd
- Second Zechariah and the Deuteronomic School, by Raymond F. Person
- The Evasive Text, by Mark C. Love
- Title: Studies on Zechariah
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,258