Minor Prophets


The Minor Prophets (3 Units)



James L. R. Catron



5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″


The prophets of the Old Testament addressed the current needs of their day. They spoke out against false prophets, social injustices, rebellion toward God, and meaningless profession. Because these problems still exist in our 21st century society, the messages of the Minor Prophets continue to have important application for us today.


In this course, each of the books that make up the Minor Prophets will be carefully studied and their prophecies placed into accurate historical setting. Among the prophets discussed are Obadiah, Jonah, Hosea, Micah, Haggai, and Malachi.


Chapter 1 The Book of Obadiah—Edom’s Doom and Israel’s Blessing
Chapter 2 The Book of Joel—The Day of the Lord
Chapter 3 The Book of Jonah—God’s Will and the Prophet’s Service
Chapter 4 The Book of Amos—The Judgment of God
Chapter 5 The Book of Hosea—God’s Unfailing Love to Israel
Chapter 6 The Book of Micah—God’s Judgment and His Kingdom
Chapter 7 The Book of Nahum—The Destruction of Nineveh
Chapter 8 The Book of Zephaniah—God’s Judgment and Blessing
Chapter 9 The Book of Habakkuk—The Perplexities of a Prophet
Chapter 10 The Book of Haggai—The Rebuilding of the Jewish Temple
Chapter 11 The Book of Zechariah—Inspiring Israel’s Faith and Hope
Chapter 12 The Book of Malachi—God’s Rebuke of Israel’s Sin

Weight 210 g
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 0.8 cm