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The Book of Amos

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Methuen & Co. 1914

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$10.99

Overview

Examining the historical setting of Amos’ message, Ernest Arthur Edgill’s exegetical commentary was written to “interpret the book in a modern light,” making this richly prophetical work accessible to clergy and laity alike. Applying modern criticism and research, his work is a mix of critical principles and Catholic faith.

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Key Features

  • Presents a mix of critical principles and Catholic faith
  • Examines the historical setting of Amos’ message
  • Offers a prophetical work accessible to clergy and laity alike

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About Ernest Arthur Edghill

Ernest Arthur Edghill (1879–1912) was an Anglican priest and theological writer.

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