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Lord is His Name (Amos) (Welwyn Commentary Series)

Gordon Keddie

Lord is His Name (Amos) (Welwyn Commentary Series)

Gordon Keddie

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The message of Amos is pre-eminently a message of new life. The message, however, comes in the context of a nation under judgement. Israel hid the emptiness and godliness of a corrupt society behind an apathetic and nominal outward religion, like so many today.

God's view of our society is revealed in Amos in no uncertain terms. While no refuge is offered for those who reject or disregard God's will, shining through the gloom most brightly is the precious gift of new life through faith in God's Saviour, his Son Jesus Christ.

"a crisp, well-written exposition." - John L. Mackay, Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Literature, Free Church College, Edinburgh, Scotland
- Publisher

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The message of Amos is pre-eminently a message of new life. The message, however, comes in the context of a nation under judgement. Israel hid the emptiness and godliness of a corrupt society behind an apathetic and nominal outward religion, like so many today.

God's view of our society is revealed in Amos in no uncertain terms. While no refuge is offered for those who reject or disregard God's will, shining through the gloom most brightly is the precious gift of new life through faith in God's Saviour, his Son Jesus Christ.

"a crisp, well-written exposition." - John L. Mackay, Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Literature, Free Church College, Edinburgh, Scotland
- Publisher
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This popular series provides clear and concise insight into the Scriptures from respected authors, many of whom are pastors and Bible teachers. The series presently covers 34 OT and 25 NT books of the Bible and are ideal for personal study, Bible class and sermon preparation and are highly commended.
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The message of Amos is pre-eminently a message of new life. The message, however, comes in the context of a nation under judgement. Israel hid the emptiness and godlessness of a corrupt society behind an apathetic and nominal outward religion, like so many today.God's view of our society is revealed in Amos in no uncertain terms. While no refuge is offered for those who reject or disregard God's will, shining through the gloom most brightly is the precious gift of new life through faith in God's Saviour, his Son Jesus Christ.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Gordon Keddie

Gordon J. Keddie trained at the Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, USA and is at present the minister of Grace Presbyterian Church in State College, Pennsylvania. He has written widely for Evangelical Press including a number of commentaries in the Welwyn Commentary Series and the two volume work on the Gospel of John in the EP Study Commentary Series, and the volume on Ecclesiastes for THE GUIDE series.

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  • Catalogue Code 39875
  • Product Code 0852342241
  • EAN 9780852342244
  • Pages 164
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Amos
  • Publisher Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date Feb 1986
  • Sales Rank #29721
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 10 mm
  • Weight 0.220kg

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