Johann Heinrich Heidegger's Introduction to the OT (Prophetic Books)

We are coming into the homestretch of J.H. Heidegger's study of the OT: www.fromreformationtoreformation.com/old-testament-survey-class-page .

Here, he previews for us his introductory examination of Malachi.

 
There is some debate over the identity of "Malachi", the author of the Book of Malachi.

J.H. Heidegger explores the options...

 
Malachi can be difficult to understand. A knowledge of his times can help.

J.H. Heidegger gives us a sketch...

 
What is the Book of Malachi about?

J.H. Heidegger gives us a tidy summary...

 
J.H. Heidegger shares his thoughts on Malachi as the "Seal of the Prophets" and "of the Old Testament Canon".

 
Not as familiar with Malachi as you would like to be?

J.H. Heidegger gives us a breakdown...

 
What are the best modern commentaries on Malachi?

J.H. Heidegger gives us the best of the older...

 
For the first time in English...

J.H. Heidegger's introductory study of the Book of Malachi is available in its entirety! free and online!

 
For the first time in English...

J.H. Heidegger's "Handbook of the Old Testament" is now available in its entirety! free and online!

 
Let's get familiar with the Old Testament!

An Old Testament Survey, complete with J.H. Heidegger's "Handbook of the OT" and Lectures, is available! free and online!

 
For the first time in English...

J.H. Heidegger's introductory study of the Book of Malachi is available in its entirety! free and online!


It has been a blessing to follow along. Because the time of the work was prior to the onslaught of critical issues it is useful to get back to what is of chief importance in an Introduction. I especially appreciated the fundamental commitment to the inspiration and infallibility of Scripture. The references to the Christian tradition were also a helpful guide.
 
It has been a blessing to follow along. Because the time of the work was prior to the onslaught of critical issues it is useful to get back to what is of chief importance in an Introduction. I especially appreciated the fundamental commitment to the inspiration and infallibility of Scripture. The references to the Christian tradition were also a helpful guide.
It is interesting... I think that I have found that the more thoroughly a student is grounded in the testimony of actual history concerning matters of special introduction, the more speculative the modern scholarly reconstructions seem.

Thank you for the encouraging words...
 
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