OT232 A Survey of Amos, Joel, Obadiah, and Malachi

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Continuing where his previous course left off, Dr. Baker starts his discussion of the background, themes, and structures of the Minor Prophets with Amos. By highlighting specific poetic devices, he illuminates the prophet’s message and its relevance for today. Dr. Baker also surveys the books of Obadiah, Joel, and Malachi—always emphasizing how you can apply the prophetic wisdom of God’s Word to modern life. Through the prophets God teaches us to build community, maintain covenant relationships, handle hardships, and more.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

1m

Amos: Background

The First Writing Prophet

The First Writing Prophet

3m

Amos 1–2

Introduction to the Book

Introduction to the Book

3m

Amos 3

A Warning against Israel and Judah

A Warning against Israel and Judah

4m

Amos 4

Judgment on Samarian Women

Judgment on Samarian Women

3m

Amos 5

Lament over Israel

Lament over Israel

3m

Amos 6–9

Seven Woes in Amos 6

Seven Woes in Amos 6

4m

Amos in the New Testament

The Church Reads the Prophet

The Church Reads the Prophet

5m

Obadiah: Background

The Prophet’s Name

The Prophet’s Name

1m

Obadiah 1

Obadiah’s First Message

Obadiah’s First Message

1m

Joel: Background

The Prophet and His Time

The Prophet and His Time

3m

Joel 1

A Plague of Locusts

A Plague of Locusts

3m

Joel 2

The Day of the Lord in Joel

The Day of the Lord in Joel

4m

Joel 3

Judah and the Nations

Judah and the Nations

3m

Malachi

Historical Background, Part 1

Historical Background, Part 1

5m

Conclusion

A Summary of Themes and Significance

A Summary of Themes and Significance

2m