Lecture on Amos and Hosea

I recorded my class on Amos and Hosea. There were no separate slides prepared, and so you can simply listen to the lecture as a podcast. I hope to try recording some things in a smart classroom at some point, so that I can even capture writing on the smartboard, much like one sees in some TED talks.

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  • Craig Wright

    Thanks for posting your lectures. I am teaching on the minor prophets in Sunday School. It is always a challenge to make these ancient texts relevant to today. Hosea has lent itself to discussions of divorce and marriage, the NT use of the OT, the tension between God’s justice and love, the critiquing of the priest and king (a launch into contemporary politics)…