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CONTENTS

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PREFACE v
ABBREVIATIONS xi
I. A COMMENTARY ON HAGGAI AND ZECHARIAH 1
INTRODUCTION: THE HISTORIC BACKGROUND OF THE PROPHECIES OF HAGGAI AND ZECHARIAH 3–24
§ 1. Cyrus 3–14
§ 2. Cambyses 14–17
§ 3. Darius I, Hystaspes 17–24
HAGGAI AND HIS PROPHECIES 25–38
§ 1. Personal History of the Prophet 25–27
§ 2. The Book of Haggai 27–30
§ 3. The Text of Haggai 30–35
§ 4. The Thoughts and Style of Haggai 36–39
COMMENTARY ON THE PROPHECIES OF HAGGAI 40–79
§ 1. The Movement to Rebuild the Sanctuary 40–57
§ 2. The Resources of the Builders 58–65
§ 3. The New Era of the Restored Temple 66–76
§ 4. The Future of the Leader Zerubbabel 76–79
ZECHARIAH AND HIS PROPHECIES 81–106
§ 1. The Personal History of the Prophet 81–84
§ 2. The Structure of Chapters 1–8 84
§ 3. The Text of Chapters 1–8 84–97
§ 4. The Style of Zechariah 98–102
§ 5. The Teaching of Zechariah 102–106
COMMENTARY ON THE PROPHECIES OF ZECHARIAH 107–217
1. The Introduction 108–115
2. A Series of Visions with Their Interpretation 115–194
a. The Return from Captivity 115–147
(1) The Hollow of the Myrtles 115–130
(2) The Horns and Their Destroyers 130–136
(3) The Man with the Measuring Line 136–140
(4) An Appeal to the Exiles 140–147

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