5 edition of Commentary on the Book of Job found in the catalog.
|Statement||tr. from the German by J. Frederick Smith.|
|Series||Theological translation fund library -- 28|
|Contributions||Smith, John Frederick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 352 p.|
|Number of Pages||352|
The book of Job, which Carlyle without hyperbole described as “the grandest book ever written with pen,” will never cease to disclose new insights to sensitive and sympathetic readers. With the literary sensibility we have come to expect from him, Robert Alter [“The Voice from the Whirlwind,” January] has noted cadences and resonances. This commentary on Job follows in the tradition of the NICOT series by providing an up-to-date evangelical commentary based on thorough scholarship. John E. Hartley deals carefully with this book whose language, text, and theology are not only among the most intriguing in the Old Testament but also among the most difficult to grasp.
In this Volume, the entire text of the Book of Job is commented with notes of each chapter. This Commentary will help you better understand the God's word! Churches, theological seminaries and Bible schools will find an excellent aid in this biblical commentary on the Book of : Bible Study Books. Job begins another section -- the poetical books of the Bible -- which also includes Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, and the little book of Lamentations, tucked in behind Jeremiah. Job is a great poem.
The Book of Job is one of the most problematic portions of the Bible and has called forth a variety of interpretations. A major difficulty in understanding the meaning of the book is, what insight leads Job to submit so humbly to God at the end. (It should be kept in mind that Job Author: Robert M. Seltzer. Author: The Book of Job does not specifically name its author. The most likely candidates are Job, Elihu, Moses, and Solomon. Date of Writing: The date of the authorship of the Book of Job would be determined by the author of the Book of Job. If Moses was the author, the date would be around B.C.
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The inspiration of the book is confirmed by the apostle Paul in 1 Corinthianswhere he quotes directly from Job saying, “it is written.” This expression is used repeatedly to refer to inspired Scripture.
However, the date when the book was written and by whom it was. best commentary on the book of job. the scholarship is impeccable. really explains the history and context. a commentary written with a true understanding of the himan condition.
the meaning of job cannot be understood intellectually. the knowledge is experential as job discovered when he had a genuine, intimate experience with god. great commentary/5(9). The commentary includes the Hebrew text plus an English translation of the entire Book of Job.
Also, in the comments sections, quotations from the biblical text are in Hebrew (not transliterated). The arrangement of the commentary is also very by: Study Job using Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary (concise) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning.
The book of Job is considered being part of the poetic books (Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs) in today's Bible editions. It belongs to the "writings" (hebr. ketubim) in the Hebrew Bible, which is the third part of the OT. The book of Job is a "link and frame story".
The beginning (chap. Read Job commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Job and more.
Job protests his sincerity. The hypocrite is without hope. The miserable end of the wicked. The Book of Job New International Commentary on the Old Testament by John E. Hartley. Get this book on Amazon using its exact ISBN. Reviews and Accolades: • Tremper Longman: 5 out of 5 stars, “a major contribution to the study of the book solidly evangelical in its approach and very well researched”.
In his study on the book (The Book Of Job, Quality Publications), Wayne Jackson offers the following lessons to be gleaned: w.
The book defends the absolute glory and perfection of God - It sets forth the theme echoed in. Psa (“I will call. A Commentary on the Book of Job Hardcover – October 1, by Edouard Dhorme (Author), Harold Knight (Translator)Cited by: : Aked presents the book of Job as a drama, dividing the book into major themes and characters.
He examines the literary aspects of the text, such as style and characterization. In an engaging and easy to read style, Aked helps the reader see this book of the Old Testament in a panoramic view. The Book of Job is rightly understood to be a masterpiece of Hebrew poetry and Western literature.
As the first poetic book of the English Bible, Job introduces the reader to the idea of Hebrew poetry, which involves the repetition and combination of ideas more than sounds.
The author, date, and place of the Book of Job are all uncertain. Matthew Henry (18 October – 22 June ) was an English commentator on the Bible, who published his works in(six-volume Exposition of the Old and New Testaments (–) or Complete Commentary), provides an exhaustive verse by verse study of the Bible, covering the whole of the Old Testament, and the Gospels and Acts in the New Testament.
Another great doctrine of the faith, particularly set forth in the book of Job, is that of Providence. It is plain, from this history, that the Lord watched over his servant Job with the affection of a wise and loving father. The piety and prosperity of Job.
Satan obtains leave to try Job. Internet Archive BookReader Commentary on the Book of Job. Id have to rank this commentary as one of the best in the Old Testament Library (OTL) series.
Whether it be on the level of theology or commentary. Norman Habel succeeds. He had written earlier on the Book of Job, but supersedes all his previous efforts here. Even better, this book is more conservative than several others in this series/5.
This is mostly higher biblical criticism, but with a high view of the book. Highly recommended. This commentary will open your eyes to the beauty in the book of Job. This easily may be one of the most useful one volume commentaries on a biblical Cited by: To understand the full impact of the book of Job the book must be read and understood as a whole.
In fact, some scholars believe that Job requires and understanding of the book as a whole more than any other book of the Old Testament. Whole chapters of the book are devoted to speeches by Job’s counselors. Then Job rejects their claims and Size: 8MB.
Commentary on the book of Job book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Extensive commentary on the biblical book of Job.5/5(1). Commentaries on Job. A list of the best commentaries on Job ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.
You can find the best commentary on Job 82%(8). When God shook Job, the sediment colored the water, and you find Job saying some terrible things about God in this book. God knew that it was there, and he knew that in shaking this godly, blameless man there would arise some imperfection into his life, and that it would need to be purged.
So the last thing is, therefore, "I despise myself, and.A commentary on the Book of Job. The Name of Job Job: chapter 1 1 There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil. 2 And there were born unto him seven sons and three daughters.
3 His substance also was seven thousand sheep, and three thousand camels, and five hundred .Job humbly submits unto God. () Job intercedes for his friends.
() His renewed prosperity. () Verses Job was now sensible of his guilt; he would no longer speak in his own excuse; he abhorred himself as a sinner in heart and life, especially for murmuring against God, and took shame to himself.
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