This article, the third of a three-part series, explores the preaching of the prophet Habakkuk.
This article, the second of a three-part series, further explores the preaching of the prophet Habakkuk.
This article rebukes how many churchmen misuse the word "revival," and it attempts to redefine what a real revival should look like. In doing this, the author refers to the book of Habakkuk and other Scriptures, and reflects on aspects such as truth, the involvement of God, and his initiative and timing.
When we consider the relationship between Ugaritic literature and the Old Testament, we are to make a comparison between different genres of literature. It has become customary in modern scholarship to hold that Habakkuk 3 was influenced by Ugaritic poetry. This article questions whether this pays necessary attention to the difference in their literary genre.
It is the thesis of this article that the expression in Habakkuk 2:4b, "The righteous live by his faith," forms the core of the theme of Habakkuk’s entire message. From this text, the complete book of Habakkuk may be organized and interpreted with respect to structure, style, content, and purpose. The author then analyzes the composition and structure of Habakkuk.