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.
Here is an overview and outline of the Old Testament book of Jeremiah on truthsaves.org.
Tim recently sent me the outline of Jeremiah (if you call a month ago recently). I’ve been a bit slow getting these outlines up and viewable. But this one’s here, and it’s a good one. I think the blue double edged table is kind of pretty myself. However, the meat of the page is not in the design (cool as it may be) but in the words themselves.
So, when you’re ready to learn a bit about the book of Jeremiah, check out this outline.
Click here to read the outline of Jeremiah.
An overview and outline of the Old Testament book of Proverbs.
I’ve just posted a new outline on truthsaves. It’s more than an outline, as most of them are (if you’ve been checking them out). It’s also a brief overview, along with a little historical information. This one covers the book of Proverbs. Don’t forget, we also have outlines of all the books of the New Testament, as well as outlines of all the books of the Old Testament up to Proverbs, as well as Daniel.
Check out the Proverbs outline.
Two Old Testament outlines. An outline of Judges and an outline of Ruth.
I just posted a couple of new outlines. I’m trying to get ALL of Tim’s outlines posted as soon as possible, but as you can see, I work pretty slowly. I guess that’s what happens when a person has other priorities, like a wife, a job, a house, pets . . . you know.
Anyway, you can click here to read the Judges outline, and you can click here to read the Ruth outline. These aren’t as detailed as some of Tim’s outlines, but they still provide a brief overview and some insights that you may not have thought of on your own.