The Prophet Zechariah - Set 4
There are two Old Testament books that are a key to understanding the Revelation of Jesus Christ to Saint John on Patmos. The Book of the Prophet Daniel is the first and the Book of the Prophet Zechariah is the second. Many of the puzzling figures and symbols in the Revelation are first to be encountered in Zechariah.
Like other major writers in the Old and New Testaments, Zechariah can be divided into three sections as the writer speaks in one of three voices – the voice of history; the voice of the gospel of grace; and, the voice of judgment and an apocalyptic end of the age.
This fourth volume, Book IV, begins the study of the second section of Zechariah or what we call Hellenic Zechariah. Book IV covers the period from the rise of the Greeks and the march of Alexander the Great after the Battle of Issus about 333 BC to the time of the Greek philosophers and the conflict between the mind of Zion and the mind of Greece. Consisting of four discs of nine tracks each, about seventy minutes of information and insight is provided per disc.
Originally prepared for radio presentation, the format and length of the tracks makes this ideal for re-presentation to Bible Study groups; it also makes an excellent addition to any individual theological library. The presentation is clear, precise, and to the point and is clarified by cross-reference to the Gospels and the Apocalypse of John.