Habakkuk, Jonah, Nahum and Obiadiah in Talmud and Midrash a source book by Jacob Neusner

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Subjects:

  • Talmud -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Habakkuk (Biblical prophet) in rabbinical literature,
  • Jonah (Biblical prophet) in rabbinical literature,
  • Nahum (Biblical prophet) in rabbinical literature,
  • Obadiah (Biblical prophet) in rabbinical literature,
  • Midrash

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementJacob Neusner.
SeriesStudies in Judaism
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBM509.H33 N48 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 153 p. ;
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22852378M
ISBN 100761836977
LC Control Number2006939698

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FREE Shipping on $35 Due to Author: Jacob Neusner. The Rabbis of classical Judaism, in the first six centuries of the Common Era, commented on the teachings of ancient Israel's prophets and shaped, as much as they were shaped by, prophecy.

They commented on much of the Scriptural heritage and they made it their own. This collection of the Rabbinic comments on biblical books makes easily accessible the Rabbinic reading of the prophetic heritage. Jonah was induced to flee because, after having won his reputation as a true prophet ("one whose words always came true") by the fulfilment of his prediction in the days of Jeroboam II, he had come to be distrusted and to be called a false prophet, the reason being that when sent to Jerusalem to foretell its doom its inhabitants repented and.

The Talmud (/ ˈ t ɑː l m ʊ d,-m ə d, ˈ t æ l-/; Hebrew: תַּלְמוּד ‎) is the central text of Rabbinic Judaism and the primary source of Jewish religious law and Jewish theology. Until the advent of modernity, in nearly all Jewish communities, the Talmud was the centerpiece of Jewish cultural life and was foundational to "all Jewish thought and aspirations", serving also as.

Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah (The NIV Application Commentary) Hardcover – by James Bruckner (Author) out of 5 stars 17 ratings. Book 23 of 43 in the NIV Application Commentary Series. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price /5(17). Composed before B.C.E., the Bible book of Nahum contains that message. The next power to rise is the Babylonian Empire, sometimes ruled by Chaldean kings. The book of Habakkuk, perhaps completed in B.C.E., foretells how Jehovah will use that world power as his agent for executing judgment and what will eventually befall Babylon.

The Book of Habakkuk is the eighth unit within the book of tere ʿasar, "the twelve," and consistently follows Habakkuk in all textual witnesses.

Habakkuk contains only three chapters (totaling 56 verses) and is traditionally divided into two parts according to content: narrative (chapters 1 and. The Books of Joel, Obadiah, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

The six Old Testame 3/5. A prophecy concerning Nineveh. The book of the vision of Nahum the Elkoshite. The LORD’s Anger Against Nineveh - The LORD is a jealous and avenging God; the LORD takes vengeance and is filled with wrath.

The LORD takes vengeance on his foes and vents his wrath against his enemies. The LORD is slow to anger but great in power; the LORD will not leave the guilty unpunished.

His way is in the. The books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah are often neglected by pastor and people alike, to the loss of all concerned. These prophets were not only astute observers of their time and authors of literary distinction, they were also spiritually sensitive men who held a high concern for God’s person and reputation.

Their pronouncements on the greed, materialism, and spiritual and moral decay. The Minor Prophets: Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, and Habakkuk Volume 2 of Expositional Commentary Volume 2 of Minor Prophets Series Volume 2 of The Minor Prophets: An Exegetical and Expository Commentary, Thomas Edward McComiskey The Minor Prophets: An Exegetical and Expository Commentary.

Commenting on the talmudic reference to the Habakkuk selection, Rashi [the medieval commentator] says, “For it speaks of the Giving of the Torah; ‘God comes from Teman’ [Habakkuk ]–with the Giving of the Torah.” In this explanation, Rashi follows the Targum and an old midrashic tradition (Sifre Deuteronomy ).Author: Michael Fishbane.

The Book of Habakkuk. Habakkuk is the only prophet to devote his entire work to the question of the justice of God’s government of the world. In the Bible as a whole, only Job delivers a more pointed challenge to divine rule. David Malick: An Introduction to the Book of Habakkuk [] An Argument of the Book of Habakkuk [] Richard D.

Patterson: Preface to Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah Part of the series: An Exegetical Commentary - Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah. Hampton Keathley, III: 7. The Minor Prophets [] Part of the series: Concise Old Testament Survey.

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It is the basis. THE BOOK OF HABAKKUK. Habakkuk is the only prophet to devote his entire work to the question of the justice of God’s government of the world.

In the Bible as a whole, only Job delivers a more pointed challenge to divine rule. The designation of Jonah as the Haftarah (prophetic reading) for the afternoon service of Yom Kippur (Talmud Bavli Megillah 31a) reflects the view that this book depicts the concept of repentance so starkly and completely that it can stir hearers to repent of their ways and even modify their : Uriel Simon.

An overview of Habakkuk’s complaint and God’s first answer gives us a teaching about God’s ways within world history. Before we approach Habakkuk’s perplexing questions we should realise one thing: Habakkuk is a believer.

He loves God and serves Him. These are not the questions of a cynic. This is not Habakkuk ‘pointing the finger at File Size: KB. The Book of Jonah is a midrash. The book must undoubtedly be placed in this class; and it remains only to see whether a more definite position can be assigned to it in the Midrashic literature.

The writer of this article has attempted to do this (in Stade's "Zeitschrift," The prophet Habakkuk: We don’t know much about the prophet Habakkuk from any other book in the Bible.

Since he prophesied the coming Babylonian army and its destruction of Judah, he prophesied some time before that invasion. Many think that Habakkuk ministered sometime during the reign of King Johoiakim, perhaps around the year B.C.

The Bible book of Habakkuk with full chapters, footnotes and Bible commentary to aid your Bible search, reading, and study. The prophet Habakkuk lived at the time of the exile of King Jechoniah, eleven years before the destruction of the First Beth Hamikdosh in the year (after creation).

He succeeded Nahum in the line of prophecy in the year and became a link in "the chain of tradition" which reaches back to Moshe Rabbenu. Habakkuk's main prophecy was directed against the kingdoms of Babylon, Persia and Author: Nissan Mindel.

The two prophets, Nahum and Habakkuk, both deal with a common problem in the life of believers: the anger we often feel at God when He does not act as we expect Him to.

Nahum's name means "comfort" and though the prophet's message is conveyed in strong and forceful language, nevertheless his message is basically one of comfort to the southern.

Matthew Henry (18 October – 22 June ) was an English commentator on the Bible, who published his works in(six-volume Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (–) or Complete Commentary), provides an exhaustive verse by verse study of the Bible, covering the whole of the Old Testament, and the Gospels and Acts in the New Testament.

Habakkuk – Chapter 1 – Minor Prophets By Rabbi Gail Diamond. Study Sheet Habakkuk Nahum and Habakkuk prophesied in the days of Manasseh, Rashi is basing himself here on Midrash found in the Babylonian Talmud, Sukkah 52b and in the Jerusalem Talmud Taanit Chapter 3, Halacha 4.

is the largest free online Bible Study website for verse search and in-depth studies. Chapter Three is Habakkuk's hymn of praise. Habakkuk was a contemporary of Jeremiah, who also warned that an invading country (Chaldea) would serve as the divine instrument against Judah (compare Habakkuk ff with Jeremiah ).

The Book of Daniel also refers to Habakkuk in Daniel in the part on Bel and the Dragon. Habakkuk. Title and Holy Writer. The title of this book comes from the name of the prophet whose prophecies make up the three short chapters within the book.

We are told that Habakkuk was a prophet, and that the words recorded in this book were a “burden” for the prophet, “The burden which the prophet Habakkuk saw” (). Question: What are they, and how are the Targums, Talmud, and Midrash related to the Bible?.

Answer: A Targum is a translation or a paraphrase of some part of the Old Testament Scripture into the Aramaic word comes from the Aramaic “targem” and means “to interpret, explain, or translate.” Therefore, the passive participle “METHURGAM,” reference Ezra You'll find David Jeremiah's introduction to the Book of Habakkuk on page of The Jeremiah Study Bible.

Read. Living by Faith Habakkuk If redemption is the thread that links Genesis to Revelation, faith has to be the means to that redemptive end.

Standing between Abraham's act of faith (Genesis ) and Paul's identifying it as. anybody Talmud, but it will teach them what the Talmud is.

The Guide to Jewish Texts was originally written in England, for AJ6. Our hearty thanks go to them for allowing us to spread this resource worldwide.

Because The Guide was written elsewhere, sometimes the approach isn’t exactly as it would be at WUJS. This tends to beFile Size: KB. Habakkuk full text: Habakkuk 1 | Habakkuk 2 | Habakkuk 3 It is a very foolish fancy of some of the Jewish rabbin that this prophet was the son of the Shunamite woman that was at first miraculously given, and afterwards raised to life, by Elisha (2 Kings iv.), as they say also that the prophet Jonah was the son of the widow of Zarephath, which.

Jonah. He is not a heroic knight of faith like Abraham. When God calls Abraham to offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice, Abraham gets up early in the morning and goes, but when God calls Jonah, Jonah runs away.

I don’t know anybody who is like Abraham. I know lots of people who are like Jonah. I am drawn to the book of Jonah not only because I File Size: KB. The book of Nahum can be seen as a sequel to Jonah, only this time Nineveh does not repent and the prophet gets to laugh at the city’s destruction.

Unlike other books in the minor prophets, Nahum doesn’t end with a vision of a restored Israel or Judah. It’s just more Tarantino, with the Assyrians left bleeding while others applaud. The chronology places Habakkuk shortly after Nahum, and makes him also a contemporary of Jeremiah." (The Jerome Biblical Commentary, vol.

1, p. ) Ralph L. Smith writes: "The questions of the date and unity of the book are related to the question of the identity of the wicked in and b.

Although we know practically nothing about Nahum as a person, we can judge from the contents of his book that he was not a prophet in the true sense of the word. He was a poet who possessed a remarkable style of writing and who described in unforgettable language the fall of Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian empire, in B.C.

The Torah is the first 5 books (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) of the Tanakh. “Torah” means “law” or “instruction” in Hebrew, and accordingly, the Torah documents the laws given to Moses on Mt Sinai by G-d, for the Jewish peo.

Regarding the Midrash, The Kabbalah in English notes the legendary character of its content, and further explains the more important authors and their commentaries. " The Midrash, stemming from the same period as the Talmud, but more concerned with supplying context and elaboration of the Biblical text.

Much legendary material is archived here.The Book of Habakkuk, the eighth of 12 Old Testament books that bear the names of the Minor Prophets.

The book betrays the influence of liturgical forms, suggesting that either Habakkuk was a cult prophet or that those responsible for the final form of the book were cult personnel.

It is difficult.Habakkuk lived at the time of the "Exile of Jehoiachin," which took place eleven years before the destruction of the First Holy Temple in the year Habakkuk succeeded the prophet Nahum, and was a direct link in the Torah's "Chain of Tradition" (masorah), which goes right back to our leader the story of Habakkuk took place roughly about years ago.

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