Haggai-Malachi: No Substitute for ObedienceSubscribe to Access
Haggai-Malachi: No Substitute for Obedience
DetailsNumber of Lessons: 2Avg. Lesson Length: 26 MinutesTime Required: 2 Hours MinimumLevel: Intermediate
The prophets studied in this course, Haggai-Malachi: No Substitute for Obedience, ministered after Jerusalem’s destruction and, in Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi, during the return and reconstruction of Jerusalem after the exile in Babylon. They demonstrate God’s concern for all His people, Jew and Gentile, and emphasize the essential place of obedience to His moral will.
With this course you will also receive Ray C. Stedman’s teaching commentary related to this section of the Bible. Click here to see a sample chapter.
I really enjoyed my study of the prophets. Wish there had been more lessons. I learned so much and the history of the Israelites came together from a historical perspective. I also learned more about the character and attributes of God.Evon
Good content, good insights.Dale
ProfessorDouglas K. Stuart, PhD
- Harvard University, PhD
- Yale Divinity School, graduate studies
- Harvard University, BA
- To introduce students to survey information of the Old Testament.
- To help develop critical and practical aptitudes in understanding the Bible.
- To provide scholarly information that will help students better understand the historical and biblical context of the Old Testament.
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I really enjoyed these 2 lessons. I learned a lot.Marilyn
I learned about these four prophets. I have probably read the Bible several times over the last twelve years or so, yet I continue to learn so many new things from God! God is great!Kim
Many courses here are all awesome, I recommend to everyone!Masayoshi
Excellent as always.Diana
All very good and informativeGlen
I gained some new insights by reading all of these books of prophecy side by side and in the context of biblical history.Sandra
Loved the historical background information, which helps to understand the visions and symbolism. It is too bad that these books are not taught in this way in our weekly sermons.Dorothy