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God Remembers: A Study o. I can see why Charles Feinberg was a popular Old Testament professor. There are also wonderful exegetical nuggets in the book for Bible expositors and teachers as well.

Articles and chapters. Feinberg, Charles L. (1947). Hosea: God's love for Israel. God Remembers: A Study of Zechariah (1st e.

Charles Lee Feinberg. 1909-06-12)June 12, 1909. Articles and chapters. New York: American Board of Missions to the Jews. Wheaton, IL: Van Kampen Press.

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In this was Jeremiah lent his name to all the prophetic books, and Matthew so treats it (Charles L. Feinberg, God Remembers: A Study of Zechariah, 8). 10 Chisholm writes, Long after the exile of the northern kingdom in 722 . both Jeremiah (30:3-4; 31:6, 27, 31; 33:14) and Ezekiel (37:16), like Zechariah, envisioned the reconciliation of Israel/Ephraim and Judah.

Liz explains how the Charles Feinberg Center courses are ideal for increasing one’s effectiveness in existing ministry through courses such as Rabbinic Theology, Jewish History, and Elements of Hebrew. 22. 4. Whatever Happened to Israel’s Promised Kingdom? Brian Crawford describes his studies at the Feinberg Center.

Home . Details for: God Remembers. Publication: Wheaton : Van Kampen Press, 1950Description: 283 . ewey: 22. 8 F45Subject: Библия. Normal view MARC view ISBD view.

God Remembers: A Study of Zechariah (1st e. Habakkuk: problems of faith. Zephaniah: the day of the Lord.

In 'God Remembers,' Charles Feinberg brings a high level of scholarship to his study of this significant and exegetically difficult book. His familiarity with and love for the Old Testament can be readily seen in his thorough and readable exposition of the message of Zechariah.

God Remembers: A Study of Zechariah (1977, 2003) ISBN 1-59244-272-2. Torrey, Reuben Archer; Charles Lee Feinberg, ^ "New American Standard Bible - Translators of the NASB". Retrieved 2009-11-02. Millennialism - The Two Major Views (1980, 1985) ISBN 0-88469-166-7. a b c d e f "Memorials - Charles Lee Feinberg". JETS 39 (1): 169–174. "Trained and Ready to Bring the Gospel to Jewish People". The Chosen People XIII (7). September 2007. "Small Collection 109 - Sermon Transcripts of Charles Lee Feinberg". Billy Graham Center Archives. "Talbot School of Theology: History & Heritage".

If any portion of the Old Testament has come in for undeservedly scant attention, it has been the minor prophets. Their significance has been obscured by our neglect. Among the major messages of these prophets, that of Zechariah shines forth with special prominence. Zechariah's prophecy is given primarily to console and comfort weary Israel. The nation's initial enthusiasm for rebuilding the temple and resettling the land had waned. With growing opposition to the temple reconstruction, they had turned to the pursuit of their own affairs. Zechariah (along with Haggai) arduously seeks to bring Israel from their indifference to a complete spiritual return to the Lord. The prophet's pronouncement is of a coming day of unparalleled glory - a day when Messiah will rule the entire earth from Jerusalem. The book's major eschatological importance can be clearly seen for it reveals a wealth of information about Messiah and about the future and role of Israel during the important Day of Jehovah. The prophet provides this information for us in concise, epitomized form. In 'God Remembers' Charles Feinberg brings a high level of scholarship to his study of this significant and exegetically difficult book. His familiarity with and love for the Old Testament can be readily seen in his thorough and readable exposition of the message of Zechariah. In addition to the main body of the commentary, 'God Remembers' includes an informative introduction, thorough scripture and subject indexes, and an annotated selected bibliography, further enhancing the usefulness of this important reference work.

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Makaitist
Feinberg tackles what even Martin Luther said," I give up." Which was chapters 13 and 14. I really appreciate Stan Toussaint recommending this book to me.
Damdyagab
Great read!
Dranar
If you don't know who Charles Lee Feinberg is, he's a Jewish guy who was training to be a Rabbi, got saved, and then earned 2 doctorates (1 from Dallas and 1 from John Hopkins). He was the longest standing dean of Talbot Seminary and was one of the main forces behind the translation of the NASB bible. I've heard it said that Charles Lee Feinberg was the only student who ever went to Dallas Theological Seminary did more teaching than learning while he was there. He is remembered as a man of great devotion to the Lord and vast scholarly intellect, and this comes out in his commentary on Zechariah.

I won't re-write the commentary, but suffice it to say that Feinberg writes an exegetical, but not critical, commentary here. He tells you what the passage means and draws from the original languages when necessary, but there is no Hebrew font in the book and you don't need to know Hebrew to follow what he's drawing from the text. Also, Feinberg is both a dispensationalist and a premillennialist, and that comes out in the commentary (because it comes out in Zechariah). Feinberg doesn't go off on hobby horses and slam covenant theology or other eschatological positions, but he also doesn't hold back in saying what he believes the meaning of the text is. He argues his case well and even if you disagree with him, he works hard to put the text before his theological systems.

It's actually a fairly short work and I wish he would have made it twice as long, but what can you do? I find that most Old Testament commentaries are annoyingly short and shallow! DOH!

If you get this commentary, David Baron's commentary on Zechariah called "A Commentary on His Visions and Prophecies", the NIVAC commentary by Mark Boda on Zechariah, Thomas Edward McComiskey's "The Minor Prophets: An Exegetical and Expository Commentary" and Eugene H. Merrill's exegetical commentary on Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi, you'll have some well rounded coverage on the book of Zechariah. Also, I'd HIGHLY recommend listen/reading John MacArthur's sermons through Zechariah; MacArthur has some great insights into the prophecies of Zechariah and will help you sort through some of the complex issues when you're going through the visions at the beginning.
Cointrius
This book is a good commentary that I used as a devotional through the Prophetic book of Zechariah. The title plays on the meaning of the name Zechariah which in the Hebrew means “God remembers.” This is an appropriate title for a commentary on the book of Zechariah since God has not forgotten His people. God Remembers is the first book-length work that I read from the author and I totally enjoyed it. Having tasted this book as a sort of “first fruit,” I plan to read other works by Charles Feinberg in the near future. I can see why Charles Feinberg was a popular Old Testament professor. The book of Zechariah has a lot of Messianic prophecies and I really appreciated this commentary pointing them out. It has good details and insights that I didn’t see from an initial reading of Zechariah. There are also wonderful exegetical nuggets in the book for Bible expositors and teachers as well. My favorite part of the book was the discussion on Zechariah chapters twelve and thirteen in which Christ’s second coming is anticipated. Towards the end of the book the author also had a short list titling each chapter of Zechariah and how it points towards Christ. I definitely recommend this book.
God Remembers: A Study of Zechariah download epub
Bible Study & Reference
Author: Charles L. Feinberg
ISBN: 1592442722
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Pub; Reprint edition (June 20, 2003)
Pages: 242 pages