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Old Testament Library: Amos (Mays 1969) — OTL

Old Testament Library: Amos (Mays 1969) — OTL

by James L. Mays

This volume, a part of the Old Testament Library series, explores the book of Amos. The Old Testament Library provides fresh and authoritative treatments of important aspects of Old Testament study through commentaries and general surveys. The contributors are scholars of international standing. This commentary volume is… Read more…

Old Testament Library: Micah (Mays 1976) — OTL

Old Testament Library: Micah (Mays 1976) — OTL

by James L. Mays

This much-needed commentary provides an authoritative guide to a better understanding of the often-neglected book of Micah. It gives insight into the individual sayings of Micah, to the way they were understood and used as they were gathered into the growing collection, and to their role in the final form of the document. "I am convinced," says Dr. M… Read more…

Interpretation: Psalms (INT)

Interpretation: Psalms (INT)

by James L. Mays

The Psalms have been at the center of Christian faith and piety for centuries. Now, one of the foremost interpreters of the Psalms explores how they can still claim that place today. In this commentary, James L. Mays sets forth what the Psalms say about God, creation, humanity, and the life of faith. Mays proceeds with an awareness that the Psalms were origi… Read more…

Old Testament Library: Hosea (Mays 1969) — OTL

Old Testament Library: Hosea (Mays 1969) — OTL

by James L. Mays

Hosea, along with Amos, opens the period of the "Writing Prophets." He is the only man called to the office of prophet who both lived and prophesied in the Northern Kingdom of Israel. This volume offers a verse-by-verse commentary on the book of Hosea. James Luther Mays gives the background to the book of Hosea: Hosea, the man; the time; the sayings;… Read more…