Eidsvag investigates where, when, and in which faction of Jewish society the book of Zechariah
was translated into Old Greek.
In his 180-page book that's not always an easy read, William Varvel explains that, in the course of his career, Da Vinci had painted "each and every verse" of the final chapter of the Old Testament's book of Zechariah
, which anticipates the rise of an ideal society within a New Jerusalem.
Malachi, unlike the prophetic book of Zechariah
immediately before it, never names a Judean king.
Behold your king; the hope for the House of David in the book of Zechariah.
Looking to the book of Zechariah, he turns from the conventional historical-critical framework to take a more literary approach and to question some long-held ideas.
Up the Steep and Stony Road: The Book of Zechariah in Social Location Trajectory Analysis.
For Curtis to convince his readers that the book of Zechariah is a unity, he needs to make a plausible case for a relatively early date for Zech.
From allegory as a device for interpreting Biblical passages that fell into disfavor since the eighteenth century but is occasionally still used at the popular level, to a brief history of the interpretation of the Book of Zechariah
, Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible is filled with thoughtful, well-reasoned discourse and is highly accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
A lovely picture in chapter 8 of the book of Zechariah
describes the streets of Jerusalem full of boys and girls at play.
In the book of Zechariah
, the prophet relates God's promise that he will be like a wall of fire around Jerusalem.
In that time it produced the final form of the 'Deuteronomic History', the Book of Jeremiah, and the book of Zechariah
Up the steep and stony road; the book of Zechariah
in social location trajectory analysis.