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Book Description

Title:
The Book of Job: Its Origin and Purpose. Studies in Biblical Theology, Second Series 11
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
SCM Press Ltd.
Pages:
116
Subjects:
Job, Old Testament
Copyright Holder:
The Snaith Family. Reproduced by permission

Norman Henry Snaith [1898-1982], The Book of Job: Its Origin and Purpose. Studies in Biblical Theology, Second Series 11

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  1. The Folk-tale and the Original Book
  2. The Origin of the Story of Job
  3. The First Book of Job: 1.1-2.10; 3; 29-31; 38-39; 40.1-42.6; 42.10-16
  4. The First Cycle of Speeches: Chapters 3-12
  5. The Second Cycle of Speeches: 14:1-21.21
  6. The So-called Third Cycle of Speeches: 21.22-27.23
  7. The Wisdom Poem: Chapter 28
  8. The Speeches of Elihu: Chapters 32-37
  9. The Speeches of Elihu (continued)
  10. The Aims of the Author
  • Appendix I. Proposed Reconstruction of chapters 24-27; 29-31
  • Appendix II. The So-called Aramaisms in the Book of Job
  • Index of Names
  • INdex of Biblical References