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Series: The Minor Prophets: An Expositional Commentary

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Minor Prophets, The: Hosea-Jonah (Expositional Commentary) by James Montgomery Boice1
The Minor Prophets: Micah-Malachi Volume 2 (Expositional Commentary) by James Montgomery Boice2
The Minor Prophets by James Montgomery Boice1-2

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Recommendations

  1. Plain Talk on the Minor Prophets by Manford George Gutzke (1980)
  2. Minor Prophets by Charles L. Feinberg (1976)
  3. Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, volume 1 by James Montgomery Boice (1994)
  4. The Minor Prophets, An Exegetical and Expository Commentary, Volume 1: Hosea, Joel, and Amos by Thomas Edward McComiskey (1992)
  5. The Twelve Prophets (Vol. 1): Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah (Berit Olam series) by Marvin A. Sweeney (2000)
  6. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 31: Hosea-Jonah by Douglas Stuart (1987)
  7. The Books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) by O. Palmer Robertson (1990)
  8. Daniel and Minor Prophets with Wycliffe Bible Commentary by Charles F. Pfeiffer (1975)
  9. Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Minor Prophets, Hosea-Malachi by Andrew E. Hill (2008)
  10. Studies in the Sermon on the Mount by David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1959)
  11. Hebrews (Reformed Expository Commentary) by Richard D. Phillips (2006)
  12. The Letter to the Ephesians (Pillar New Testament Commentary) by Peter T. O'Brien (1999)
  13. Daniel - Malachi by Tremper Longman III (2008)
  14. Exposition of the Gospel According to Mark by William Hendriksen (1975)
  15. The Annotated Bible, Volume 5: Daniel to Malachi by Arno Gaebelein (1915)

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