This volume focuses on the book of Amos and the judgments and Amos’ visions as well as the reason for its inclusion as a part of the Minor Prophets. The author also covers the historical setting of the Book of Amos as well as the various methods that were used to interpret the prophecy in Amos. The Concordia Commentary: Amos is an invaluable addition to anyone who wants to learn more about Amos, its history and how it is pertinent to us today.
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- Bibliographical references and index
- Preface by the author
- A theological exposition of sacred Scripture
Praise for the Print Edition
Close attention to original languages, Christo-centric reading, and an eye toward the life of the church. And that description is so well written! Of course writing a series description and fulfilling it can be two different things, but this Amos volume seems to accomplish the goals. I have only seen one volume, but this is now certainly a series I will look for.
—Ray Van Neste, assistant professor of Christian studies, Union University
- Title: Concordia Commentary: Amos
- Author: R. Reed Lessing
- Publisher: Concordia Publishing House
- Publication Date: 2009
- Pages: 512
About R. Reed Lessing
R. Reed Lessing was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. He was ordained into the Office of the Holy Ministry on June 29, 1986 at Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, West Monroe, Los Angeles. Reed served as the church’s pastor until March of 1990. From March, 1990 to August, 1999 he was the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. In September of 1999 he was installed as Assistant Professor of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Seminary. In May of 2005 he was advanced to the rank of associate professor. In August of 2007 he became the Director of the seminary’s Graduate School.