An Introduction to the Book of Amos

Eerdmans Publishing Company has published a new introduction to the Bible. The book, An Introduction to the Bible, was written by Robert Kugler and Patrick Hartin. The book was written for college students and for those who desire to gain a better understanding of the Bible.

This introduction shows “how to read the Bible on the literary, historical, and theological levels.”

Eerdmans has made available online (in PDF format) a general introduction to the book and an introduction to the book of Amos. Read the General Introduction here and the Introduction to the Book of Amos here.

NOTE: The PDFs are no longer available. Eerdmans has withdrawn the PDFs.

Other Studies on Amos

030. Studies on the Book of Amos

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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