The 400 years between the writing of Malachi and the beginning of the New Testament are called the Silent Years. But was God really silent?
The 400 years between the writing of Malachi and the beginning of the New Testament are often referred to as the “Silent Years.” The term could be based on Amos 8:11-12, where Amos prophesies about a famine of hearing the Word of God. But was God really silent during this time?
Check out the new article, The Silent Years, to get a little insight into this subject.
Malachi may be known as the rhetorical prophet. Check out our overview and outline of Malachi here.
It’s finally done. We’ve finally posted outlines of every book of the Bible.
I recently formatted and uploaded Tim’s outline of Malachi.
Malachi appears to be a contemporary of Nehemiah, prophesying approximately 70 years after the end of Zechariah’s prophecy, and the last prophet in Old Testament Scripture. Malachi apparently prophesied while Nehemiah was in Babylon (Nehemiah 13:6), and addresses some similar sins.
Read the rest of our overview and outline of Malachi here.