Wayne Jackson’s commentary on The Prophets is a scholarly yet practical study tool for this often neglected portion of the Old Testament. Written for both the teacher and the student, it is fresh and easy to understand—yet not at the expense of sound exegesis.
You will find this commentary to be a quick reference tool that addresses each book of the Old Testament Prophets in a comprehensive fashion without the burden of tedious, complicated matters that frequently distract and discourage the reader.
Difficult passages will be brought into focus, not only guiding you into the meaning of the sacred text, but providing example after example of how to interpret the Scriptures in a sensible manner.
Sometimes obscure texts may have varying possible interpretations. In such cases, the author mentions these, letting the reader draw his own conclusions.
As you study this commentary, you will be drawn in to a deeper and richer study of the Word of God. The author’s deep reverence for and respectful handling of the Scriptures is apparent and will be warmly received by those who treasure the Holy Book Divine.