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Fully illustrated. Includes all of the drawings from the original edition. What is the history between the Old and New Testaments? Most people are not even aware there is such a gap. But there is. A 400 year gap. When the Old Testament leaves off the Jews have just returned back from Babylonian captivity and the Persian Empire is in full swing. When Jesus enters the scene Fully illustrated. Includes all of the drawings from the original edition. What is the history between the Old and New Testaments? Most people are not even aware there is such a gap. But there is. A 400 year gap. When the Old Testament leaves off the Jews have just returned back from Babylonian captivity and the Persian Empire is in full swing. When Jesus enters the scene it is 400 years later. The Persians are long gone, the Greeks have had their time and now the Romans rule to roost. So what happened? Do we have any writings from this time? Could understanding this period of time help us understand the New Testament, the world of Jesus and the Apostles? The answer is yes. This exciting book by well-known author H. A. Ironside lifts the veil from this vital period of Jewish history and helps piece together the events that brought them from Malachi to Matthew. This book will be of interest to students of Biblical, Ancient Near Eastern, Greek and Roman history as well as all those who desire to know and understand the Bible for fully. Ironside published this book in 1914. It is a history of the time between the last book of the Protestant Old Testamend and the New Testament. From Malachi to Matthew. For most Christians this is a silent and unknown time. What happened in those years? Why was there no prophet speaking for God? Are there any writings from that time that can illuminate our questions? In what way did this time help prepare for the coming Messiah and the rapid spread of the Gospel? What can archaeology tell us? Answering this question can help us really bring the New Testament to light. It was these preceding 400 years that paved the way for the New Testament scene. A must read for all Bible students. Complete with the original 1914 illustrations. Author of over 100 books, booklets and tracts, H. A. Ironside was a bulwark of orthodox Evangelical Fundamentalism. He wrote on everything from Jewish history, to New Testament doctrine, to eschatology, to Bible commentaries and more. He was a direct successor of D. L. Moody and R. A. Torrey as senior pastor of Moody Church (founded by D. L. Moody). He was also their spiritual successor in that he continued the defense of classic Evangelical orthodoxy against the onslaught of Modernism. In 1930, he became the pastor, serving for 18 years until his wife’s death in 1948. He went to be with his Lord in 1951. About CrossReach Publications: We are a family based home business. We are a husband and wife team raising a large family. It is our desire to publish books on a wide variety of topics that will teach, encourage, challenge, inspire and equip you to be the person you were designed to be. If you would like to find out more about us you can do so by searching for The Kinsella Bunch on YouTube, where we vlog our daily lives. If you have any questions or comments about our publications or our channel you can do so by emailing: [email protected]


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Fully illustrated. Includes all of the drawings from the original edition. What is the history between the Old and New Testaments? Most people are not even aware there is such a gap. But there is. A 400 year gap. When the Old Testament leaves off the Jews have just returned back from Babylonian captivity and the Persian Empire is in full swing. When Jesus enters the scene Fully illustrated. Includes all of the drawings from the original edition. What is the history between the Old and New Testaments? Most people are not even aware there is such a gap. But there is. A 400 year gap. When the Old Testament leaves off the Jews have just returned back from Babylonian captivity and the Persian Empire is in full swing. When Jesus enters the scene it is 400 years later. The Persians are long gone, the Greeks have had their time and now the Romans rule to roost. So what happened? Do we have any writings from this time? Could understanding this period of time help us understand the New Testament, the world of Jesus and the Apostles? The answer is yes. This exciting book by well-known author H. A. Ironside lifts the veil from this vital period of Jewish history and helps piece together the events that brought them from Malachi to Matthew. This book will be of interest to students of Biblical, Ancient Near Eastern, Greek and Roman history as well as all those who desire to know and understand the Bible for fully. Ironside published this book in 1914. It is a history of the time between the last book of the Protestant Old Testamend and the New Testament. From Malachi to Matthew. For most Christians this is a silent and unknown time. What happened in those years? Why was there no prophet speaking for God? Are there any writings from that time that can illuminate our questions? In what way did this time help prepare for the coming Messiah and the rapid spread of the Gospel? What can archaeology tell us? Answering this question can help us really bring the New Testament to light. It was these preceding 400 years that paved the way for the New Testament scene. A must read for all Bible students. Complete with the original 1914 illustrations. Author of over 100 books, booklets and tracts, H. A. Ironside was a bulwark of orthodox Evangelical Fundamentalism. He wrote on everything from Jewish history, to New Testament doctrine, to eschatology, to Bible commentaries and more. He was a direct successor of D. L. Moody and R. A. Torrey as senior pastor of Moody Church (founded by D. L. Moody). He was also their spiritual successor in that he continued the defense of classic Evangelical orthodoxy against the onslaught of Modernism. In 1930, he became the pastor, serving for 18 years until his wife’s death in 1948. He went to be with his Lord in 1951. About CrossReach Publications: We are a family based home business. We are a husband and wife team raising a large family. It is our desire to publish books on a wide variety of topics that will teach, encourage, challenge, inspire and equip you to be the person you were designed to be. If you would like to find out more about us you can do so by searching for The Kinsella Bunch on YouTube, where we vlog our daily lives. If you have any questions or comments about our publications or our channel you can do so by emailing: [email protected]

51 review for The 400 Silent Years: from Malachi to Matthew (Illustrated)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Short

    This is an interesting read. Ironside gives a brief account of the history of the Jews for the four centuries between the end of the Old Testament and the birth of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. It was a period of unrest, fights for independence, unreliable associations, and the struggle for the purification of the nation. Ironside also gives a brief overview of the apocryphal literature of the period. It's a book worth reading. This is an interesting read. Ironside gives a brief account of the history of the Jews for the four centuries between the end of the Old Testament and the birth of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. It was a period of unrest, fights for independence, unreliable associations, and the struggle for the purification of the nation. Ironside also gives a brief overview of the apocryphal literature of the period. It's a book worth reading.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tim Deforest

    Excellent history of the years between the end of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New, providing some important cultural and historical context for fully understanding the events of the Gospels and the book of Acts. The author draws important spiritual points from the events of those four centuries as well.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robert Luff

    A helpful summary of the books of Maccabees and the works odd Josephus to five a history of the period between the Old and New testaments. Ironside does a good job of evaluating the actions and ideas of the heroes and villains. His final chapter details brief summaries of the notable apocryphal books, the good and the bad, explaining in each case why they should not be considered canonical. 3.5 stars, rounded up.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Josiah Richardson

    There are few books I would not read before reading this again. I would rather teach a worm to juggle. I would have more success selling an eel a pair of knitted mittens than to be able to give this to a friend to read - which I did, and it was promptly round filed into the nearest waste receptacle. Ironside may have said some good and true things here, but it was drier than my mouth at 3AM on a warm summers night. Two stars just for the stories I now have of this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Y. Hyatt

    Makes you think, what if? A lot of research went into this book. I would recommend it to young adults, because they need to think about why God was silent.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet Selitto

    40 years of silence I enjoy reading about Jewish history, and this book helped put the history of Israel in perspective. It was interesting.

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