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Chapter 1 God’s Wrath on Israel’s Neighbors Wrath on Damascus Wrath on Gaza Wrath on Tyre Wrath on Edom Wrath on Ammon The 3 or 4 sins portion of the book is a old Jewish metaphor Similar to our phrase “The straw that broke the camel’s back.” [they had sinned more than enough to render divine punishment]
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Chapter 2 God’s Wrath Cont./Wrath Towards Israel Wrath on Moab Wrath on Judah Wrath for Israel Justification for God’s Wrath No one will escape punishment It is believed that wrath was brought upon the neighbors of Israel because they were a part of David’s hegemony, making them a part of the greater Israel Israel’s portion of this writing is much more structured [than the neighboring countries], answering to specific Jewish laws and tradition
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Chapter 3 Amos’ Prophecy/Preaching Metaphoric Questions Few will survive punishment Everything will be destroyed These 5 questions are cause and effect questions. By asking them in a way
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