Elijah Between Judgement and Grace

Elijah Between Judgement and Grace : Bible Commentary 1 Kings 17 - 2 Kings 2

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How do judgement and grace interrelate? The eight chapters of 1-2 Kings dedicated to Elijah's ministry revolve around the theme of immediate and distant retribution. This commentary explains how Elijah's ministry highlights God's patience during the unique time of Israel's monarchy (1-2 Kings). It explains and justifies "the theology of postponement." It draws attention to the literary features of the text and uses the narrative characteristics of the stories to underline the author's main message. Elijah is known for his courage at Mt Carmel and his perseverance in prayer; but also for his fear before Jezebel, and his depression after failure. He is the first man implicated in a resurrection and the second to be raptured to heaven. Essentially, Elijah is the prophet of judgement but during his life he had to learn more about God's mercy.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.21mm | 408.23g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508417253
  • 9781508417255
  • 2,404,051

About Daniel Arnold

Dr Daniel Arnold has taught over thirty years at Emmaus Bible Institute in Switzerland. He is fascinated with Biblical narratives and has published seven Bible Commentaries in French (Judges, Ruth, Elijah, Elisha, Esther, Jonah, and Mark). His reference work on Ethics was offered by SIM to eighteen thousand pastors in French speaking Africa. Daniel Arnold is Swiss. He earned university degrees in Economics and Education in Switzerland, a M.Div. at Western Conservative Baptist Seminary, in Portland, Oregon, and a PhD at the South African Theological Seminary in Johannesburg. Recently retired he continues to lecture extensively in Switzerland, France and French speaking Africa (Congo, Benin, Togo, Ivory Coast, and Burkina Faso). He is married to Jeannie an American citizen. They have three adult children and three grand-children. Dr Arnold is working presently on a commentary in French on the book of Daniel."show more