Book of Amos

Dr. Daniel Pigg, an Episcopal layman and university educator, finds a surprising synchonicity between a week of horrific shootings and the July 10 Bible readings that prompts him to outrage. Read more



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The harsh words from God in the Book of Amos reflect a bloodthirsty deity that he finds dangerous for our times, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant. Read more

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Why White Christians Need to Listen to Amos and Isaiah

The prophets Amos and Isaiah warned self-righteous people that God gets angry at injustice, and in the aftermath of Baltimore's unrest, today's white Christians need to hear the same message, writes the Rev. Morgan Guyton. Read more

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Knowledge of God brings responsibility to fashion a society of love and justice, and a church that fails to do so will rightly fall, says Craig L. Adams in his reflections on the prophetic Book of Amos. Read more

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