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Major & Minor P

Major vs Minor Prophets It seems that Augustine was the first to designate the terms “major and minor prophets” in the fifth century AD. In using the term “minor prophet,” it refers to the relative length of the writings when compared to the books of the “major prophets.”
Major Isaiah (66 Chapters), Jeremiah (52), Ezekiel (48), Daniel (12)
Minor Hosea & Zechariah (14 Chapters), Amos (9), Micah (7), Jonah & Malachi (4), Joel & Nahum & Habakkuk & Zephaniah (3), Haggai (2), Obadiah (1)
Pre-Exile – Prophets of Israel Jonah, Hosea, Amos
Jonah (790 BC)
Hosea (755-725 BC)
Amos (752 BC)
Pre-Exile – Prophets of Judah Obadiah, Joel, Isaiah, Micah, Nahum, Jeremiah, Zephaniah, Habakkuk
Obadiah (ca. 845 BC)
Joel (ca. 750 BC)
Isaiah (750-700 BC)
Micah (735-700 BC)
Nahum (626 BC)
Jeremiah (626-584 BC)
Zephaniah (625 BC)
Habakkuk (ca. 625-615 BC)
Exilic Period Ezekiel, Daniel
Ezekiel (593-571 BC)
Daniel (606-534 BC)
Post Exilic Period Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
Haggai (520 BC)
Zechariah (520-518 BC)
Malachi (ca. 440 BC)
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