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Amos: Introduction and Commentary

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This commentary aims first to give the plain sense of the text with its background in Amos' day and then to make practical application to our day and age.
Paperback, 117 pages
Published 1970 by The Banner of Truth Church
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Andy Hickman
Jan 08, 2015 Andy Hickman rated it it was ok
An "OK" additional reference for exegetical research.
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John Calvin and Matthew Henry both viewed the weighed down cart as God himself being weighed down by the people's sins but this interpretation seems more reflective of their respective eras in which the theme of “sin's guilt-burden” was popular among preachers.(p41)

Beeley, Ray. Amos. London: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1970.
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