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kregel.comacademic 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ENDORSEMENTS ISBN 978-0-8254-4271-1 9 7 8 0 8 2 5 4 4 2 7 1 1 Merkle and Bandy are diligently rigorously and refreshingly honest with the biblical text offering valuable insights on an often-contested subject. Craig Keener Asbury Theological Seminary This comprehensive treatment works through the whole of the Bible. I am delighted to recommend this book to anyone who wants a better grasp of the prophetic material in the Bible. Daniel L. Akin Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Bandy and Merkle accessibly and responsibly introduce prophecy with a biblical-theological approach. Andy Naselli Bethlehem College Seminary Part 1 Introducing Biblical Prophecy 1. Keys to Understanding Prophecy 2. What Is Biblical Prophecy 3. Biblical Theology and Prophecy Part 2 Old Testament Prophecies 4. Unconditional Conditional Fulfilled Prophecies 5. Restoration Prophecies 6. Messianic Prophecies Part 3 New Testament Prophecies 7. Prophecies Regarding the Coming of the Messiah 8. Prophecies Regarding the Return of the Messiah Part 1 The Gospels and Acts 9. Prophecies Regarding the Return of the Messiah Part 2 The Epistles 10. Prophecies Regarding the Return of the Messiah Part 3 Revelation Conclusion Why Prophecy Matters Understanding Prophecy A Biblical-Theological Approach Alan S. Bandy and Benjamin L. Merkle 978-0-8254-4271-1 21.99 Paperback 6 x 9 272 pages Biblical Studies Prophecy Kregel Academic Rights World Available The study of biblical prophecy is about much more than looking at predictions of end times events. Rather a proper approach acknowledges that the threads of prophecy crisscross throughout the Bible from Genesis to Revelation forming the fabric of canonical Scripture. This is essential for grasping the message of the entire Bible. Understanding Prophecy not only offers thoughtful and careful explanations of biblical prophecies it also gives the reader the big picture of how all prophecy relates to and should be interpreted in light of Jesus Christ. Understanding Prophecy examines the nature themes purposes and theology of biblical prophecy and provides a framework for interpreting any passage in the context of the Bible as a whole. Alan S. Bandy PhD Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is professor of New Testament at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee Oklahoma. His other publications include The Prophetic Lawsuit in the Book of Revelation. Benjamin L. Merkle PhD Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is professor of New Testament Greek at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest North Carolina. His other publica- tions include 40 Questions About Elders and Deacons. BIBLICAL STUDIES ENDORSEMENTS