The Beuk o Amos
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The Book of Amos is notable amongst Old Testament books for its evocative language and imagery. If we needed a fresh reminder of its power, it is ably provided here in a translation by Duncan Sneddon which displays the characteristic strength of fluent Scots speech.
Sneddon, D. (2009). The Beuk o Amos. Theology in Scotland, 16(1), pp. 97-110.
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