Habakkuk has been called the doubting Thomas of the Old Testament. It is a book of deepest doubt. His doubts centered around two painful problems. 1. How could God allow the sins of Israel to go unpunished ? God then tells him that Judah would indeed be punished by the Babylonians. 2. How then he asks, could God justify allowing a Godless nation to punish Judah, which is a nation that at least believed in God and had some good men left? It has been noted that the book opens with gloom but ends with glory. The doubts of the Prophet turn into shouts. .
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