Posted On January 16, 2017

Christ-Centered Exposition: Exalting Jesus in Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk

by | Jan 16, 2017 | Theology, Featured

The Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary is a welcome addition to the growing number of resources which help explain the biblical text and apply the truth of God’s Word to readers. This volume which that focuses on four Minor Prophets beautifully captures the essence of each book and ultimately points to the central figure in Scripture, the Lord Jesus Christ.

A predictable pattern occurs throughout this work as the authors present the main idea of the book under consideration. A brief outline is presented to give readers an overview of the biblical text. The major points are explained and highlighted. Finally, an application is presented which is linked to our current generation. Discussion questions are included for the benefit of readers at the end of each chapter.

I cannot speak more highly about the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary. A solid Reformed framework fuels this theological engine. Indeed, the gospel, in keeping with Scripture runs throughout, all for the benefit of the reader, and ultimately for the glory of God. These volumes are accessible to a wide range of readers and will no doubt encourage a deeper study of the biblical text.

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