Joel and Amos : a commentary on the books of the Prophets Joel and Amos /

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Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Dodekapropheton.
Author / Creator: Wolff, Hans Walter.
Other Authors / Creators:McBride, S. Dean 1937-
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
German
Language notes:Translation of Dodekapropheton 2: Joel and Amos (2. Aufl.).
Imprint: Philadelphia : Fortress Press, ©1977.
Series:Hermeneia--a critical and historical commentary on the Bible.
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Retention:digitized
Online Access:Click here for full text
Other uniform title:Bible.
Bible.
Table of Contents:
  • Joel
  • Introduction
  • The position of the book in the canon
  • The time of Joel
  • The book of Joel
  • The language of Joel
  • The message of Joel
  • Commentary
  • 1:1-20 Locusts as forerunners of the day of Yahweh
  • 2:1-17 Call to return before the day of Yahweh
  • 2:18
  • 3:5 [2:18-32] New life for all who call upon Yahweh
  • 4:1-21 [3:1-21] The judgment on the enemies of God's people
  • Amos
  • Introduction
  • The period
  • The man Amos
  • The language of Amos
  • The message of Amos
  • The formation of the book of Amos
  • Commentary
  • 1:1-2 The title and motto of the book
  • 1:3
  • 2:16 The guiltiest of the guilty
  • 3:1-2 Election as basis for judgment
  • 3:3-8 Compelled to announce disaster
  • 3:9-11 Terror in Samaria
  • 3:12 "Rescue" as proof of death
  • 3:13-15 The destruction of buildings
  • 4:1-3 Against the women of Samaria
  • 4:4-13 A reproach of the cult pilgrims and its later interpretation
  • 5:1-17 Funerary lamentation over Israel
  • 5:18-20 The inescapable grip of Yahweh
  • 5:21-27 The rejection of worship
  • 6:1-7 Woe to those who are secure
  • 6:8-11 The fall of the city
  • 6:12 Distortion of the natural order
  • 6:13-14 The destruction of the victor
  • 7:1-9 No more forgiveness
  • 7:10-17 The accuser is condemned
  • 8:1-3 The end has come
  • 8:4-14 Oracles concerning the end
  • 9:1-6 None will escape
  • 9:7-10 Who must die?
  • 9:11-15 Beyond the end.