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The Divine Drama of Job


Charles Scribner’s Sons 1913

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Author and scholar Charles 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, as well as understanding the key elements of Job.

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Key Features

  • Details themes and characters within the book of Job
  • Explains concepts in an engaging and easy to read style
  • Provides contextual information for Job


  • The Insurrection of Doubt
  • The Restoration of Faith
  • Satan in Literature and in Life
  • Eliphaz the Seer
  • Bildad the Sage
  • Zophar the Ordinary Soul
  • The Intervention of Elihu
  • The Speeches of Jehovah

Product Details

  • Title: The Divine Drama of Job
  • Author: Charles F. Aked
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 143

About Charles F. Aked

Charles F. Aked was an early twentieth century Bible academic and professor.

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