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Author: Tchavdar S. Hadjiev
About: This commentary is specifically on the composition and redactions of Amos, not on the meanings of the prophecies. It is an academic commentary rather than a theological one. It was sourced from Academia.edu
This Oxford dissertation offers a fresh redactional analysis of the Book of Amos. It starts with a critical survey of existing approaches and an examination of the methodological issues involved and proceeds with a detailed exegetical analysis of the prophetic text which forms the basis for the redactional conclusions. It steers a middle course between extreme conservative treatments which trace all the material back to the prophet Amos and more radical sceptical approaches which attribute most of the prophetic oracles to the work of later redactors.