William H. (Bill) Lawson is a proud graduate of California Baptist University (BA), Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv), and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (PhD). He taught briefly at SBTS and then served with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and taught the Bible in Baptist seminaries throughout Asia for over 30 years. He has written other books including Obedient unto Death: A Guide for the Interpretation of Paul's Epistle to the Philippians and The Lion Roars: A Guide for the Interpretation of the Book of Amos. He is now retired and living at The End of the Lane where he is writing books and painting/drawing pictures.
The Lion Roars: A Guide for the Interpretation of the Book of Amos supplements Ears to Hear by illustrating the principles, methods, and procedures introduced in that guide through practicing them on the Book of Amos. The first chapter contains my introductory study of the Book of Amos. Subsequent chapters contain my interpretations of the passages in the Book of Amos..
Christians and even pastors often struggle to hear God speak through the Bible. Ears to Hear: A Guide for the Interpretation of the Bible provides principles, methods, and procedures for Christians as they seek to hear God speak.