THIS volume completes the series of commentaries on the Minor Prophets originally undertaken by the late William R. Harper. The order of arrangement differs from the traditional one only in the case of Jonah, which is placed at the end of the series, not only because it was composed at a much later date than the traditional order suggests, but also because it is of a different character fr...
Hinckley G. Mitchell, , JOHN MERLIN POWIS SMITH, JULIUS A. BEWER, ---
MITCHELL, HINCKLEY G.--A PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT EXEGESIS IN TUFTS COLLEGE;
SMITH, JOHN MERLIN POWIS--A PROFESSOR OF SEMITIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
BEWER, JULIUS A.--A PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL PHILOLOGY, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW YORK
"In his important critical commentary H. G.
Mitchell, though a staunch advocate of a multiple authorship thesis, marshaled
some strong support in favor of the unity of Zechariah... Mitchell has provided
an exhaustive list of textual modifications on the basis of “additions,
omissions and distortions through the fault of careless or ignorant
transcribers.” For the most part the items he lists rest on purely conjectural
emendations, an approach that enjoys little favor today, though some must and
will be given serious consideration in the commentary."
Eugene H. Merrill Distinguished Professor of Old Testament Studies at Dallas
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