B131 Minor Prophets 1
In this thrilling exposition of the twelve minor prophets the student learns that these books
contain some of the most outstanding prophecies found anywhere in the Scriptures.
Specifically, he can expect to hear a detailed exegesis of the following prophecies: Micah
foretelling Christís birth in Bethlehem; Hosea telling of his flight into Egypt; Zechariah
prophesying of Christís triumphal entry, crucifixion, and second advent; Joel prophesying of
Pentecost, the latter rain, and the battle of Armageddon; and Zephaniah foretelling of
restoration and the millennium. Very interesting are the eight visions of Zechariah: the red
horses, the four horns and four smiths, the man with a measuring line, the high priest, the
lamp, the flying roll, the woman with wings carrying meal, and the four chariots. The class
provides a veritable storehouse of historical facts, along with spiritual insights regarding the
many personal, social, and religious parallels between our day and theirs. 4 credits.
Prerequisite: The Apocalypse and the Book of Daniel, BI71, 172.
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