The book of the prophet Habakkuk – a scientific commentary on the text (2023)
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The book of the prophet Habakkuk consists of three chapters and ranks eighth among the books of the lesser prophets. The book was written after the destruction of the Assyrian empire by the Chaldeans in 612 BC. e. and covers the period from the establishment of the hegemony of Babylon under the rule of the reigning Chaldean dynasty and until the first capture of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar in 597 BC. e. The book is dedicated to the age-old question that believers ask themselves throughout history – why does God allow predatory and wicked people to triumph? For atheists, the question is clear – every person, as well as any living being, proceeds from his own interests, which may not correspond to the interests of other people, living beings.