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Excerpt from The Book of Job: Its Origin, Growth and Interpretation, Together With a New Translation Based on A; Revised Text
Witty Frenchman once re marked of the Bible that as a collection it was plus 621217 quz connu. It is in the hope of making a contribution towards having the most celebrated of the books of the Bible better known - and by that I mean a deeper penetration into its real meaning and significance - that I offer a new translation which, based on an entirely revised Hebrew text, will be found to differ materially from the current translations. Preceding the translation and forming the first part of the work, I have given the results of a study of the origin, growth and inter pretation of the Book of Job, which represents the outcome of many years of devotion to this remarkable production of antiquity, dealing with problems that are as vital and as puzzling to - day as they were two milleniums ago when the book, after an extended process of amplification, reached its final form.
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bound: 374 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 3, 2017)
isbn: 1331793122, 978-1331793120,
weight: 1.1 pounds (