Amos is a book to which many people turn early in any serious engagement with Old Testament studies. And it is easy in fact to understand its contemporary popularity. Its tones of social protest, religious critique, and universalism are immediately perceived, and enjoy perennial appeal...'.
A. Graeme Auld is Professor of Hebrew Bible, University of Edinburgh.
Introduction; 1. Amos the Visionary; 2. Amos a Prophet? 3. What was Amos? 4. Her Neighbours and Israel; 5. Literary Issues; 6. Social and Religious Critique; 7. The Message of Amos; Index of Biblical References; Index of Subjects; Index of Authors; Supplementary Bibliography
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