“But let justice run down as waters, and righteousness as a
might stream.” Amos 5:24
The 12 Minor Prophets: Who are these guys and why are they
important? Why are they called Minor?
Come and join me in this great college-prep class, as it will dive deep into the scriptures, critical thinking skills, and practical everyday life situations in an academic way.
The Old Testament is full of treasures and precious gems to seek! This is a great place to start mining for gold in the knowledge and wisdom of God’s Word. By studying each prophet and their book’s message in an in-depth study chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse, students will gain a larger understanding of the Old Testament history, God’s overall message to his people back then and for today in such topics as social injustice, adultery, vengeance, redemption, grief, lament, grace, and joy.
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In each class we will dive deep into the world of ancient Israel,
understanding their times and how it relates to our own lives today. Students
will understand the necessity for judgment, God’s use of grace, and how the
prophet’s life stories and messages can still be applied to real-life
Each class will include a one-hour pre-recorded content-loaded lecture, a
worksheet to follow along with the lecture, and a weekly application assignment
to turn in. There will be one midterm to cover the first six prophets, and one
final exam to cover the last six prophets. All of the questions will be taken
from the weekly lecture worksheets directly.
As a college professor, I have taught previous versions of this
class at college-level. I look forward to jumping into the world of the
prophets with you!
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1) Introduction to the world of OT prophets including a historical
narrative timeline, and how to understand their writings.
4) Jonah and Nahum
5) Obadiah and Joel
6) Mid-term Exam
8) Zephaniah and Habakkuk
11) Malachi and summary conclusion
12) Final Exam