Malachi / by S.D. (Fanie) Snyman.

By: Snyman, Fanie, 1954-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Hebrew Series: Historical commentary on the Old Testament: Publisher: Leuven, Belgium : Peeters, (c)2015Description: xiv, 194 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789042931701; 9042931701Subject(s): Bible. Malachi -- Commentaries | Bible. Malachi -- Commentaries | Bible. Malachi | Bible. Malachi -- Commentaries -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Commentaries. LOC classification: BS1675.53Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Malachi 1:1 :Prophecy: a burden and a word of Yahweh Malachi 1:2-5 : I have loved you, says Yahweh Malachi 1:6-2:9 : The quest for proper worship by the people and the priests Malachi 2:10-16 : Marriages: cultic and ethical considerations Malachi 2:17-3:7A : A quest for the God of justice, and the answer Malachi 3:7B-12 : A call to repent Malachi 3:13-21 : Serving God? Malachi 3:22-24 : A conclusion in two parts.
Summary: "This commentary on the book of Malachi follows the format the series 'Historical cmmentary of the Old Testament' has become known for (a new translation, essentials and perspectives, scholarly exposition including an introduction to and a verse by verse exegesis). The commentary incorporates the most recent research on the book of Malachi and provides the reader with a fresh translation where more than one possible translation is given at some problematic verses. The stylistic device of antithesis used predominantly in the book of Malachi is highlighted illustrating the impact this has on the understanding of the book. A new look at the literary genres used in the book is also given together with a reconsideration of the demarcation of some of the units. Attention is also paid to the theological message of each unit as well as of the the book as a whole"--Back cover.
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Malachi 1:1 :Prophecy: a burden and a word of Yahweh Malachi 1:2-5 : I have loved you, says Yahweh Malachi 1:6-2:9 : The quest for proper worship by the people and the priests Malachi 2:10-16 : Marriages: cultic and ethical considerations Malachi 2:17-3:7A : A quest for the God of justice, and the answer Malachi 3:7B-12 : A call to repent Malachi 3:13-21 : Serving God? Malachi 3:22-24 : A conclusion in two parts.

"This commentary on the book of Malachi follows the format the series 'Historical cmmentary of the Old Testament' has become known for (a new translation, essentials and perspectives, scholarly exposition including an introduction to and a verse by verse exegesis). The commentary incorporates the most recent research on the book of Malachi and provides the reader with a fresh translation where more than one possible translation is given at some problematic verses. The stylistic device of antithesis used predominantly in the book of Malachi is highlighted illustrating the impact this has on the understanding of the book. A new look at the literary genres used in the book is also given together with a reconsideration of the demarcation of some of the units. Attention is also paid to the theological message of each unit as well as of the the book as a whole"--Back cover. Link to source of summary

Old Testament passages translated from the Hebrew.

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