How to Read Micah

How to Read Micah

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How to Read Micah

Do you have trouble understanding the purpose of the minor prophets in the narrative of the Old and New Testaments? Have you assumed they were only meant to tell of Jesus’s comings?

Well, this introduction teaches about the prophet Micah: his background, his prophecies, and his relevance to both his context and our current, contemporary world. You will have the chance to read through the Scriptures as well as its interpretation, based in its historical and cultural contexts. Reflection questions are provided to help you bring the information from its past context into the current one.

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