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New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT): The Book of Micah

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Title: New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT): The Book of Micah
Publisher: Eerdmans Publishing Company
Author: James D Nogalski

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Micah spoke powerfully to the people of Judah millennia ago. His prophecy has the same power to change the minds and hearts of Christians today. As a volume of the New International Commentary on the Old Testament, James D. Nogalski’s fresh commentary on Micah is academically serious and pastorally relevant.

Based on Nogalski’s original translation of the Hebrew text, this commentary takes seriously the historical and theological contexts of the book of Micah. The thorough introduction considers the book’s literary form, its composition, and its function in the canon, especially within the Book of the Twelve. Ample notes point readers to the most relevant, up-to-date critical scholarship. Nogalski explicates Micah’s major themes, including fidelity to Yahweh, abuses of power, and the intriguing juxtaposition of judgment and hope for God’s people.

Combining scholarly rigor with an evangelical point of view, The Book of Micah serves as the perfect companion for scholars, students, and pastors seeking to understand this essential prophet.


James D. Nogalski is the W. Marshall and Lulie Craig Professor of Old Testament at Baylor University. He is best known for his work on the prophets, especially the Book of the Twelve.

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