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A Commentary on Proverbs

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Bob Jones University Press 2001

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Overview

The Book of Proverbs has long been a favorite of believers. A practical guide for daily living, Proverbs integrates godliness with everyday life. The book deals with man’s relationships with others, both in and away from work, family relationships, economic principles, and civil areas of life. When rightly understood, Proverbs—the most practical of the wisdom books—gives the reader guidance in living a life that pleases God.

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Key Features

  • Features thorough and sound exegesis of the biblical text
  • Includes extensive bibliographies and notes
  • Provides verse-by-verse exegesis

Contents

  • Part 1: Prologue to the Solomonic Proverbs, 1:1–9:18
  • Part 2: First Collection of Solomonic Proverbs, 10:1–24:34
  • Part 3: Second Collection of Solomonic Proverbs, 25:1–29:27
  • Part 4: Appendices to the Solomonic Proverbs, 30:1–31:31
  • Subject Studies

Product Details

  • Title: A Commentary on Proverbs
  • Author: Peter A. Steveson
  • Publisher: BJU Press
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 518

About Peter A. Steveson

Peter A. Steveson received his PhD in Old Testament interpretation from Bob Jones University, where he served as Professor of English Bible until his retirement. With experience as both a Bible teacher and Christian school administrator, Steveson has also served as the commentator on Viewpoint, his own daily radio program aired internationally. Steveson is the author of several commentaries, as well as a book on evangelism, Christ’s Last Command.

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