Amos

SWBTS Chapel – November 5, 2009

SWBTS Chapel sermon for November 5, 2009 by Dr. Mark Howell. Read More »

Amos’ Call for Righteous Living

SWBTS Chapel sermon called Amos’ Call for Righteous Living by Southwestern Old Testament professor, Dr. George Klein. Read More »

Preaching Amos like a Christian

Dr. Steven Smith’s Preaching Amos like a Christian lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Developing a Preaching Plan for the Book of Amos – Bibliography and Questions

Dr. Calvin Pearson’s Developing a Preaching Plan for the Book of Amos – Bibliography and Questions lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Developing a Preaching Plan for the Book of Amos

Dr. Calvin Pearson’s Developing a Preaching Plan for the Book of Amos lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Amos’ Call for Righteous Living – Bibliography and Questions

Dr. George Klein’s Amos’ Call for Righteous Living – Bibliography and Questions lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Amos’ Call for Righteous Living

Dr. George Klein’s Amos’ Call for Righteous Living lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Calling Church Members “Fat Cows”: The Art of Velvet Brick Preaching from Amos – Bibliography and Questions

Dr. David Allen’s┬áCalling Church Members “Fat Cows”: The Art of Velvet Brick Preaching from Amos – Bibliography and Questions lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Calling Church Members “Fat Cows”: The Art of Velvet Brick Preaching from Amos

Dr. David Allen’s┬áCalling Church Members “Fat Cows”: The Art of Velvet Brick Preaching from Amos lecture at the 2007 Advanced Expository Preaching Workshop – Preaching Through Amos. Read More »

Prepare to Meet the Lion: The Message of Amos

Introduction Amos’s word fell upon eighth-century Israel the way a hon attacks its prey. When the people were enjoying a period of relative peace in international affairs and economic prosperity at home, Amos sang their funeral song. “Fallen, no mo... Read More »