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A minor prophet is a book in Minor Prophets section of the Hebrew Bible also known to Christians as the Old Testament. Twelve individuals have had their names attributed to a section of the Hebrew Bible which has become known as the "Books of the Minor Prophets" or more often known as the "Minor Prophets". The "Minor Prophets" are listed below in order of their appearance:

The term "minor" refers to the books' lengths, not their importance. See Major prophets for the longer books of prophecies in the Bible and the Tanakh.


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Minor Prophets (138 words)
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This is the shortest of all the prophets.
This prophet was sent to the Jews under Josiah to foretell them of their approaching captivity by the Chaldeans, on account of their idolatry, and other heinous offenses; of which he strenuously exhorts them to repent.
This was the second prophet sent to the Jews after their return from captivity; and he encouraged the people to proceed with the building of the temple.
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