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Glory In Our Midst: A Biblical-Theological Reading of Zechariah's Night Visions Paperback – March 2, 2001
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Meredith G. Kline is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He received his B.D. and Th.M. degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) and his Ph.D. degree in Assyriology and Egyptology from Dropsie College. Professor Kline maintains an active writing and teaching ministry. His is also an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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One caveat: He does write with a fair amount of theological jargon so it may take awhile to get used to the way he says things, but I implore you to stick with it and keep going until the end. His presentation of the structure of the book of Zechariah at both a high level and down in the weeds, so to speak, is pretty incredible to read and then see with your own eyes as you search the Scriptures for yourself.
Zechariah in his night vision sees the glory of God that will be revealed in the future coming of the Jewish Messiah. Kline believes that this vision points to Jesus Christ and his ministry as redeemer and consummator of all the covenant promises of God.
Kline in a very thorough exegetical manner show that all scripture points ultimately to Jesus Christ as the one who will dwell among his people and redeem them as well. The symbols of covenant, temple, flying scrolls are all dealt with in this commentary on Zechariah.
If you are wondering how the Old Testament is relevant to today, or how it relates to Christ then this book is a must read.
Patrick Malone, Pastor
Living Hope Presbyterian Church