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Hosea, Joel, Amos by Paul E. Eickmann

Hosea, Joel, Amos (1994)

by Paul E. Eickmann

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The People's Bible Commentary is just what the name implies -- a Bible and commentary for the people.

The Bible does not mention the prophet Hosea outside his own book. There he calls himself "son of Beeri" (1:1) to distinguish him from other Israelites with the same given name. ... his name ... means "salvation," (Hosea)

Besides the fact that he was the "son of Pethuel" (1:1), we know nothing about the person of the prophet Joel. His name means "the Lord is God." (Joel)

Many of the prophets chosen by the Lord to be his spokesmen did not put their messages into writing. ... Amos, on the other hand, like Hosea and Joel, left us the whole message of his ministry in the book he wrote. His name does not occur elsewhere in the Old Testament. (Amos)
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This series is an excellent companion text for Bible study leaders and for individual use.

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