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In this volume, David Clines, known for his magisterial three-volume commentary on Job in the Word Biblical Commentary series (1989–2011) brings together a sequence of 27 of his papers on his favourite biblical book from a variety of publications.
In this volume, David J.A. Clines—known for his magisterial three-volume commentary on Job in the Word Biblical Commentary series (1989–2011)—brings together a sequence of 27 of his papers on his favourite biblical book from a variety of publications.
In two sections, the wide-ranging Syntheses and the more focused Probes on particular chapters, this collection is a necessary adjunct to his commentary.
Among the titles in the Syntheses are:
– On the Poetic Achievement of the Book of Job
– Why Is There a Book of Job, and What Does It Do to You If You Read It?
– Job’s Fifth Friend: An Ethical Critique of the Book of Job
– Deconstructing the Book of Job
Among the Probes the reader will find:
– False Naivety in the Prologue to Job
– In Search of the Indian Job
– Quarter Days Gone: Job 24 and the Absence of God
– Those Golden Days: Job and the Perils of Nostalgia
– Putting Elihu in his Place: A Proposal for the Relocation of Job 32–37
– One or Two Things You May Not Know about the Universe
– The Worth of Animals in the Book of Job
– Job’s Crafty Conclusion, and Seven Interesting Things about the Epilogue to Job
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