The International Critical Commentary (ICC):...

The author has taken up in connection with the first two of the immortal Twelve, many questions that concern just as closely the prophetic books. It is especially felt in the Introduction; in fact Harper's introduction to Amos and Hosea is really an introduction to Prophecy as such.

The International Critical Commentarg on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. UNDER THE EDITORSHIP OF THE REV. SAMUEL ROLLES DRIVER, D. D., Regius Professor of Hebrew, Oxford; THE REV. ALFRED PLUMMER, M. A., D. D., Late Master of University College, Durham; AND THE REV. CHARLES AUGUSTUS BRIGGS, D. D., Edward Robinson Professor of Biblical Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York.

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Amos and Hosea


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PagePREFACECONTENTSADDENDA AND CORRIGENDAPRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONSINTRODUCTIONA. FACTORS IN THE PRE-PROPHETIC MOVEMENT§ 1. The Pre-prophetic Movement in General§ 2. Pre-prophetic Participation in the Revolt of Jeroboam I.§ 3. Pre-prophetic Manifestation under Elijah's Leadership§ 4. Pre-prophetic Influences in the Time of Elisha§ 5. The Pre-prophetic Societies§ 6. The Older and Younger Decalogues§ 7. The Book of the Covenant (= CC).§ 8. The Judaean (Pre-prophetic) Narrative (= J)§ 9. The Ephraimite (Pre-prophetic) Narrative (= E)B. THE BASIS AND CHARACTER OF THE PRE-PROPHETIC MOVEMENT§ 10. The Relation of Pre-prophetism to Mosaism§ 11. The Essential Thought of Pre-prophetismC. AMOS§ 12. The Personal Life of Amos§ 13. The Message of Amos§ 14. The Ministry of Amos§ 15. The Literary Form of AmosD. HOSEA§ 16. The Personal Life of Hosea§ 17. The Message of Hosea§ 18. The Ministry of Hosea§ 19. The Literary Form of HoseaE. AMOS AND HOSEA§ 20. The Poetical Form of Amos and Hosea§ 21. The Language and Style of Amos and Hosea§ 22. The Text and Versions of Amos and Hosea§ 23. The Literature on Amos and HoseaCOMMENTARYA Commentary on the Book of AmosI. The words of AmosII. Judgment upon MoabIII. A message against the nationIV. The women of SamariaV. Israel shall fallVI. A woe upon reckless and indifferent SamariaVII. A vision of destroying locustsVIII. The fourth vision of destructionIX. . . . the impossibility of escapeA Commentary on the Book of HoseaI. The word of YahwehII. Strive with your mother, striveIII. Once more go, love (this) womanIV. The announcement of Yahweh's contentionV. The priests and princes, a snare to IsraelVI. Israel feigns repentanceVII. Ephraim, to-day hardened in sinVIII. Israel's kings and idols displeasing and destructiveIX. Do not rejoice, Israel, like the peoplesX. A luxuriant vine is IsraelXI. Israel has wandered away from YahwehXII. Ephraim has compassed me with liesXIII. When Ephraim used to speak, men trembledXIV. Return, Israel, to Yahweh thy GodINDEXI. SubjectsII. GeographicalIII. Hebrew
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