What The Bible Teaches: Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah (Paperback)
Editors: W.S. Stevely and D.E. West
Daniel (by J. R. Baker)
The book of Daniel is unique in giving more detail of the “times of the Gentiles” than any other book in the Old Testament.
Hosea (by J. M. Flanigan)
Hosea has a message of appeals and promises, denunciations and threatenings, all mingled together in love.
Joel (by D. Gilliland)
While others saw the locusts and their devastating effects; Joel sensed the Lord.
Amos (by J. Hay)
The prophet was selected by God to be His spokesman to a prosperous nation guilty of a multitude of social evils.
Obadiah (by P. Harding)
The Edomites had a superior air about them and pride would be Edom’s downfall.
Jonah (by J. M. Flanigan)
The bok of Jonah contains interesting foreshadowings of Christ, and signs to Israel, as explained by the Lord Jesus.
Micah (by J. M. Flanigan)
In Micah’s prophecy there is much of God’s holiness and His denunciations of sin as well as glimpses of glory.
The What the Bible Teaches Ritchie Old Testament Commentaries are being published as companions to the Series on the New Testament, which was widely appreciated and provided a much-needed resource for the Bible student interested in a clear and concise exposition of the Scriptures:
WTBT Leviticus & Deuteronomy
WTBT Joshua, Judges & Ruth
WTBT 1 & 2 Samuel (2014)
WTBT 1 & 2 Kings (2015)
WTBT 1 & 2 Chronicles (2013)
WTBT Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther
WTBT Proverbs & Ecclesiastes
WTBT Song of Solomon & Isaiah
WTBT Jeremiah & Lamentations
WTBT Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah & Micah
WTBT Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi
Publisher: John Ritchie Ltd
Author: Baker, J.R. & Flanigan, J.M. & Gilliland, D. & Hay, J. & Harding, P.