Definition of Book of Zachariah
1. Noun. An Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Zechariah which are concerned mainly with the renewal of Israel after the Babylonian Captivity.
Generic synonyms: Book
Group relationships: Old Testament, Nebiim, Prophets
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1. A Commentary: Critical, Practical and Explanatory, on the Old and New by Robert Jamieson, Andrew Robert Fausset, David Brown (1883)
"Various conjectures have been formed to account for Matthew's ascribing to Jeremiah a prophecy found in the book of Zachariah. But since with this book he ..."
2. History of the Hebrews' Second Commonwealth: With Special Reference to Its by Isaac Mayer Wise (1880)
"Therefore, the fourteenth chapter was added to the Book of Zachariah. This chapter was the speech of one of the last prophets who had seen the wars of ..."
3. Discourses Relating to the Evidence of Revealed Religion by Joseph Priestley (1799)
"... phus wrote any thing with a view to its being * Several parts of the book of Zachariah referable the prophecies of Daniel, but he wrote a ..."
4. A Philosophical Dictionary by Voltaire (1824)
"An angel of inferior'rank gives an account to Michael, in the book of Zachariah, of the state in which he had found the country. Every nation possessed its ..."