Awe, Wordlessness and Calamity—A Short Note on Amos v 13

in Vetus Testamentum
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Abstract

Amos v 13 describes a person who perceives God's retribution against social injustice. The word, which may refer to silence, moaning or mourning, signifies that the man is shocked to the point of wordlessness in response to divine violence.

Awe, Wordlessness and Calamity—A Short Note on Amos v 13

in Vetus Testamentum

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