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Book Description

Title:
The Books of Joel and Amos with Introduction and Commentary
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Cambridge
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Pages:
244
Subjects:
Joel, Amos, Commentary, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Samuel Rolles Driver [1846-1914], The Books of Joel and Amos with Introduction and Commentary

Table of Contents

  • Introduction to Joel
    1. Personal Life of Joel
    2. Occasion and contents of Joel's prophecy
    3. Date of Joel
    4. Interpretation of Joel's prophecy
  • Text and Notes
  • Additional Notes
    • On Chap. i. 10 (tirosh)
    • On Chap. i. 15 (Shaddai)
  • Excursus on Locusts
  • Introduction to Amos
    1. Personal life of Amos
    2. Contents of Amos's prophecy
    3. Circumstances of the age of Amos
    4. Characteristic teaching of Amos
    5. Some literary aspects of Amos' prophecy
  • Text and Notes
  • Additional Notes
    • On chap. i. 3 (the threshing-board)
    • On chap. i. 5 ('Eden)
    • On chap. ii. 4 (the meaning of torah)
    • On chap. ii. 13 (Jehovah of hosts)
    • On chap. v. 16 (Syrian mourning ceremonies)
    • On chap. v. 23 (the meaning of nebhel)
    • On chap. vi. 5 (the meaning of parat)
    • On chap. vi. 8 (on excellency and excellent in the English Version of the O.T.)
  • Index