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Book Description

Title:
The Book of Amos. Part One: Introduction. Study Notes on Bible Books
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Epworth Press
Pages:
48
Subjects:
Amos, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
The Snaith Family. Reproduced by permission

Norman Henry Snaith [1898-1982], Studies in the Psalter

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. The Historical Background
  2. Economic Conditions in Israel
  3. The Book: Its Place in the Canon
  4. The Construction of the Book
  5. Amos: The Man and the Prophet
  6. The Message
    1. 'The time is at hand'
    2. The rejection of Israel
    3. Charges against the rich
    4. Worship in the shrine and wickedness in the city
    5. Jehovah is a God of righteousness
    6. Jehovah the Saviour
  • Index