Session 01

In the Minor Prophets Introduction, the video series emphasizes the role of prophets as messengers of God, delivering messages of judgment and repentance, highlighting the often overlooked significance of the Minor Prophets in the Old Testament. The session then justifies the pairing of Obadiah and Nahum, two concise books addressing non-Israelite nations' sins against God's people, promising insights into global evil and a portrait of the Messiah. The Obadiah Introduction covers the book's brevity, focus on Edom's judgment, and the ambiguity surrounding authorship and dating, leaning towards a later date for three specific reasons. The historical context explains the longstanding conflict between Edom and Israel, providing essential background for understanding Obadiah's prophetic message. The video concludes by emphasizing the importance of historical context in comprehending God's vengeance and encourages reflection on key verses.
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Minor Prophets Introduction
Why Put Obadiah and Nahum Together?
Obadiah Introduction
Authorship and Dating
Historical Context
The more these two nations increased, so did the strife between them.
The Edomites After Obadiah
Conclusion

Classroom Instructions

Minor Prophets Introduction
Why Put Obadiah and Nahum Together?
Obadiah Introduction
Authorship and Dating
Historical Context
The more these two nations increased, so did the strife between them.
The Edomites After Obadiah
Conclusion