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Series: Mastering the Old Testament

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Preacher's Commentary, Vol. 20: Ezekiel by Douglas Stuart
Daniel (Mastering the Old Testament, Vol 19) by Sinclair B. Ferguson19
Preacher's Commentary, Vol. 22: Hosea/Joel/Amos/Obadiah/Jonah by Lloyd J. Ogilvie20
Micah/Nahum/Habakkuk/Zephaniah/Haggai/Zechariah/Malachi (The Preacher's Commentary, Volume 23) by Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.21

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Recommendations

  1. Jeremiah & Lamentations (The Preacher's Commentary, Volume 19) by John Guest (1988)
  2. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 28: Ezekiel 1-19 by Leslie C. Allen (1986)
  3. The Twelve Prophets (Vol. 1): Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah (Berit Olam series) by Marvin A. Sweeney (2000)
  4. Ezekiel 21-37: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (Anchor Bible) (Chapters 21-37 Pt. 2) by Moshe Greenberg (1995)
  5. Handbook on the Prophets by Robert B.Jr. Chisholm (2002)
  6. The NIV Application Commentary Ezekiel by Iain M. Duguid (1999)
  7. The Prophecy of Daniel: A Commentary by Edward J. Young (1949)
  8. Preacher's Commentary - Vol. 27- John by Roger L. Fredrikson (2002)
  9. Prophets II: Ezekiel, Minor Prophets, Daniel by Francis McDonagh (1972)
  10. The Communicator's Commentary by John Maxwell (1987)
  11. Minor Prophets: Volume 1 (Hosea-Micah) by Harold Shank (2001)
  12. Exploring the Old Testament: A Guide to the Prophets by Gordon Mcconville (2002)
  13. Isaiah 1-39 by Christopher R. Seitz (1993)
  14. Jeremiah 1 (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible) by William L. Holladay (1986)
  15. Ezekiel by Ralph H. Alexander (1976)

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