This commentary deals with the three "post-exilic" historical books of the Old Testament. Dr. Ruckman gives the prophetic material on the restoration of Israel and the premillennial layout of the books, showing that they are not just dead history. In Ezra, reference is made to the prophets Haggai and Zechariah and their influence. Nehemiah contains practical application to the New Testament ministry. A detailed analysis is made of the prophetic typology in Esther in regards to Israel and the Antichrist.
(Print Length: 508 pages)