This commentary is written in a very technical format employing Hebrew and Greek (LXX). Is discusses the historical critical issues, historicr reconstruction, and comparative studies. Due to the size of the secondary redaction in Nahum and Habakkuk, it dealt with in brief form. Form and rhetorical redaction is also touched upon occasionally. The major parts are textual critism and philology. A must have for any scholar!
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