In The Four Hundred Silent Years, Ironside provides an easy-to-understand account of the period between the end of Malachi and the beginning of Matthew. He provides not merely a chronological outline or a series of biological sketches, but a thorough treatment of the warnings of Ezra and Nehemiah, as well as Josephus and other Jewish historians.
“Some time ago I endeavored, though with no claim to originality of treatment, to draw practical lessons for the separated people of God from the captivity and post-captivity books of the Old Testament. At the suggestion of the publishers I have now sought to trace the history of the same people through the years of waiting that elapsed from the time when the voice of inspiration ceased until the heavens resounded with the glad announcement of ‘Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good-will toward men,’ thus heralding Messiah’s long-promised advent.”—H. A. Ironside
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