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T&T Clark Study Guides: Amos
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T&T Clark Study Guides: Amos


T&T Clark 1995

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The contents of this introduction do not mirror the progression of the themes of the book of Amos itself. The reader starts near the end with reports of Amos’s visions and the question of his status, and moves to Israel in the context of its neighbors. The reader is then invited to turn to a more general discussion of literary issues in Amos. Only then is the familiar starting point of Amos’s social and religious critique handled, while a final chapter assesses the wider religious and theological significance of the book.

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  • Title: T&T Clark Study Guides: Amos
  • Author: A. G. Auld
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1995
  • Pages: 91

About A. G. Auld

A. G. Auld is Professor of Hebrew Bible at the University of Edinburgh.

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