A Prophet in Debate presents the dispute that took place between Amos and his eighth-century audience. When Amos is read with the fall of Israel in mind, you see that his struggle of trying to convince his equals of the pending divine punishment serves as an important caution to Judaean readers.
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- Theoretical approach to reading Amos
- List of figures
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: Prophet in Debate
- Editor: Karl Möller
- Publisher: Sheffield Academic
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 165
About Karl Möller
Karl Möller received his PhD from Cheltenham & Gloucester College, UK, where he now works as a researcher in the school of theology and religious studies.