Amos: The Lord Is His Name

Amos: The Lord Is His Name

Gordon Keddie



137 pages, Evangelical Press , ISBN: 9780852342244

21.3 × 13.2 × 1.3 cm , 1 volume(s), 250 g

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Reviews mostly by Dr Peter Masters

Publisher's note.


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.