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Amos
A Handbook on the Hebrew Text

By Duane A. Garrett

Amos
Paperback, 300 pages $29.95
Published: 17th July 2008
ISBN: 9781932792690
Format: 7.25in x 5.5in


Subjects: All Biblical Studies, Hebrew Bible

This third volume in the Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Bible series provides expert, comprehensive guidance in answering significant questions about the Hebrew text. While reflecting the latest advances in scholarship on Hebrew grammar and linguistics, the work utilizes a style that is lucid enough to serve as a useful agent for teaching and self-study.

Introduction

Amos 1

Amos 2

Amos 3

Amos 4

Amos 5

Amos 6

Amos 7

Amos 8

Amos 9

Glossary

Bibliography

Index of Modern Authors

Subject Index



Garrett has given us yet another carefully researched and insightfully analyzed text. His attention to detail is consistently thorough throughout.

—Timothy S. Laniak, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Garrett's handbook has much to offer, both in terms of providing students of the text with valuable help regarding matters of Hebrew syntax and discourse, and in making a noteworthy contribution to the exegesis of the book of Amos.

—Journal of Hebrew Scriptures, Vol 10 (2010)

Duane A. Garrett (Ph.D. Baylor University) is John R. Sampey Professor of Old Testament Interpretation, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He is the author and editor of nine books, including, most recently, Archaeological Study Bible: An Illustrated Walk Through Biblical History and Culture (2007), Biblical Commentary: Song of Songs (2004), and A Modern Grammar for Classical Hebrew (2002).



Publication Details:


Binding:
 Paperback , 300 pages
ISBN:
 9781932792690
Format:
 7.25in x 5.5in

BISAC Code:
  REL006410, REL006680, REL006730
Imprint:
 Baylor University Press



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