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Book Description

Title:
The Book of the Twelve Prophets: Vol. 1, Amos, Hosea, Micah, W. Robertson Nicoll, ed., The Expositor's Bible
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton
Pages:
440
Subjects:
Amos, Hosea, Micah, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

George Adam Smith [1856-1942], The Book of the Twelve Prophets: Vol. 1, Amos, Hosea, Micah, W. Robertson Nicoll, ed., The Expositor's Bible

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Chronological Table
  1. The Book of the Twelve
  2. The Prophet in Early Israel
  3. The Eighth Century in Israel
  4. The Influence of Assyria Upon Prophecy
  5. The Book of Amos
  6. The Man and the Prophet
  7. Atrocities and Atrocities
  8. Civilisation and Judgment
  9. The False Peace of Ritual
  10. Doom or Discipline?
  11. Common-Sense and the Reign of Law
  12. The Book of Hosea
  13. The Problem That Amos Left
  14. The Story of the Prodigal Wife
  15. The Thick Night of Israel
  16. A People in Decay: I. Morally
  17. A People in Decay: II. Politically
  18. The Fatherhood and Humanity of God
  19. The Final Argument
  20. "I Will Be as the Dew"
  21. The Knowledge of God
  22. Repentance
  23. The SIn Against Love
  24. The Book of Micah
  25. Micah the Morasthite
  26. The Prophet of the Poor
  27. On Time's Horizon
  28. The King to Come
  29. The Reasonableness of True Religion
  30. The Sin of the Sant Measure
  31. Our Mother of Sorrows
  • Index of Passages and Texts

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