5 edition of Interpreting Amos for preaching and teaching found in the catalog.
by Smyth & Helwys Pub. in Macon, Ga
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Cecil P. Staton, Jr.|
|Series||Kerygma and church|
|Contributions||Staton, Cecil P.|
|LC Classifications||BS1585.2 .I57 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 168 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||95042100|
Amos The imagery of Amos –8 indicates that Amos had a message that was so true and sure that he had to proclaim it. He saw disaster coming and had to implore Israel to repent that the Lord’s wrath might be turned away. God, of course, knew how Israel would respond to this message, but this does not take away its force. Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching is a distinctive resource for those who interpret the Bible in the church. Planned and written specifically for teaching and preaching needs, this critically acclaimed biblical commentary is a major contribution to scholarship and ministry.
4 Ways the Gospel Appears in the Book of Amos,David R. Helm - Study from the Bible and be encouraged to grow your faith! The heart of Christianity is the gospel. Bible Study Resources - Tips. The Book of Amos Jesse M. Hendley Amos THE BOOK OF AMOS is a very wonderful book! Amos is a man who reminds us what God is really like. We are living in days when people need to know what God is really like. Amos was one of the great prophets of God and he, together with Hosea, prophesied about the same time. They were contemporaneous.
James Luther Maysis Cyrus M. McCormick Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Old Testament Interpretation at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. He was the general editor of the best-selling Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching series, and is author of many books, including Psalmsin the Interpretation series. Introducing the Book of Hosea / Cecil P. Staton, Jr. -- From Judgment to Promise, Hosea / Margaret Dee Bratcher -- Women in the Hand s of an Abusive God? The Trouble with Hosea 2 / Jeffrey S. Rogers -- Stubborn Flame, Hosea 3 / Charles E. Poole -- A People Without the Book, Hosea 4 / Donald W. Garner -- Falling Apart and Falling Together.
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Book Description. Interpreting Amos for Preaching and Teaching is a collection of articles, commentaries, and sermons that are valuable aids for teaching and preaching the intriguing texts of the book of Amos.
Contributors Include: Sheri Ann Dawson Adams, Mark E. Biddle, William L. Coates, Jr., Rex A. Mason, James M. Pitts, David J. Reimer, Edmon L. Rowell, Jr. Interpreting Amos for preaching and teaching. [Cecil P Staton;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Introducing the Book of Amos / Mark E.
Biddle --"Thus Says the Lord: 'Is It Not Indeed So?'" Amos /. A sermon on Amos (Much material adapted from Cecil P. Staton, Jr. in book Interpreting Amos For Preaching and Teaching Kerygma and Church, chapter 8). It was the late expositor S.
Lewis Johnson who once said, “Amos is the kind of book that rewards constant study.”  To that end, the following outline is offered to help you feed your flock both the soul-sobering judgments and the heart-healing promises found in the book of Amos.
Scholars have emphasized the importance of Amos among the great prophets of the Old Testament by means of various expressions. He has been referred to as the “first of the classical prophets,”  Philip Hyatt, “The Book of Amos,” Interpretation, III, No.
3 (July, ), the “first of the writing prophets,”  James L. Mays, “Words about the Words of Amos,” Interpretation.
Psalms is the only book of the Bible addressed to God (everything else goes in the opposite direction) and is the book Martin Luther called the “little Bible.” The point is that Psalms is special and warrants exceptional attention.
Developing a commentary on the Psalms is therefore no easy task yet Mays does a fine job in Psalms s: The Book of Amos Lesson 1 Chapters - Introduction () A.
The Man – “Amos” means “burden-bearer.” B. Home - The village of Tekoa, 12 miles south of Jerusalem, 18 miles west of the Dead Sea, In Judea, a very rugged wilderness area. Occupation: 1. A Herdsman () or shepherd and gatherer of sycamore fruit who. Uzziah’s independent reign took place in B.C., and the sole reign of Jeroboam II in about B.C.
Amos was a contemporary of Hosea, Isaiah, and Jonah. Amos and Hosea were co-workers and may even have gone on preaching tours through the land together, although Hosea continued his work after Amos passed from the scene.
The Holy Bible - Book 30 - Amos - KJV Dramatized Audio - Duration: tmantzviews. Language: English Location: United States Restricted Mode: Off. Joseph Blenkinsopp's commentary on the Book of Ezekiel is part of the Interpretation series, a set of full-length commentaries written specifically for those who interpret the Bible through teaching and preaching in the church.
Year: Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press amos babylon priests jewish cubits kingdom. A sermon on Amos (Much material adapted from Cecil P. Staton, Jr. in book Interpreting Amos For Preaching and Teaching Kerygma and Church, chapter 8) HoHum: “Never again,” John said.
“Never again will I trust you. I can’t forgive. The Gospel in Amos. In four ways, the Old Testament book of Amos is essential for a robust understanding of the gospel. Amos was written with God’s people in mind. While Amos – includes judgments against the nations surrounding Israel, the bulk of the book is directed at Israel (with Judah, the southern kingdom, included).
The Book of Amos. by Jesse Hendley. THE BOOK OF AMOS is a very wonderful book. Amos is a man who reminds us what God is really like. We are living in days when people need to know what God is really like. Amos was one of the great prophets of God and he, together with Hosea, prophesied about the same time.
They were contemporaneous. Find the complete Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching book series listed in order. Great deals on one book or all books. Judging from the book's language and style, Amos was also well educated. Scholars judge his use of language as particularly expressive, vivid and forceful.
Far from being an illiterate shepherd, the prophet was a man of refinement and substance, aware of past events and current conditions in Israel and Judah, as well as in the surrounding nations.
The task is both historical and hermeneutical. This article also will deal with the message of the whole book of Amos in its contemporary setting and attempt to interpret that message for the modern world.
Critical questions about the history of Israel and the composition of Amos are important, but cannot be discussed here. User Review - Flag as inappropriate this book provides new understanding of Amos and his teaching background.
Comparing to previous traditional critical view, this author establishes new direction in the form of the book and about the prophet s: 1. ter understanding of the different Old Testament genres (principles) and provide strategies for preaching and teaching these genres (methods).
These volumes are primarily intended to serve as textbooks for grad - uate-level exegesis courses that assume a basic knowledge of Hebrew. Interpreting the Psalms for Teaching and Preaching has been designed to furnish the preachers and teachers with insight as to the understanding, interpretation, and application of the psalms.
The book is divided into three sections. Part I-Introducing the Psalms, lays the foundation for interpreting and proclaiming the s: 1. [Editor’s Note: This Sermon was preached at Forge Road Bible Chapel, in Perry Hall, MD on 5/20/ The author uses the marker *!* to indicate a slide change on the corresponding PowerPoint file.] Good morning.
Open your Bibles with me today to the Old Testament Book of Amos, and chapter 7. Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching offers a full interpretation of the biblical text, combining historical scholarship and theological purpose. It brings an understanding of what the text says into dialogue with the critical questions and problems of contemporary life and faith.
Interpretation revives the neglected art of expository writing that .Joel and Amos: an Introduction and Commentary. Tyndale Old Testament Commentary. (Inter-Varsity Press, ) Limburg, James. Hosea–Micah. Interpretation – a Bible Commentary for Teaching & Preaching. (Westminster John Knox, ) Mason, Rex.
Zephaniah, Habakkuk, Joel. Old Testament Guides. (JSOT Press, ).Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching is a distinctive resource for those who interpret the Bible in the church.
It bridges the gap between critical and expository commentaries and combines exciting biblical scholarship with illuminating textual expositions.