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Lectures on the Book of Job


Clarendon Press 1888

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First delivered as a series of 12 lectures at Westminster Abbey in 1885 and 1886, Bible scholar George Granville Bradley presents his study on the book of Job. He gives the historical, social, and Hebraic context for the book in the introduction, as well as a linguistic and poetical examination. Bradley also compares the book of Job with Psalms, Proverbs, Song of Solomon, and Ecclesiastes. He then provides an exegetical and detailed commentary on the story of Job. Included is a table of contents and outline of the book of Job.

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Key Features

  • 12 lectures on Job
  • Contextual and exegetical analysis
  • Outline of the book of Job


  • Introductory
  • The Introductory Narrative
  • The Dialogue between Job and His Friends
  • The Dialogue Continued
  • The Dialogue Continued
  • The Dialogue Continued
  • Discussion of Some Questions Already Glanced At
  • Summary of the Progress of the Argument
  • Job’s Ninth and Last Speech
  • Job’s Monologue Concluded
  • Elihu
  • Jehovah Speaks

Product Details

  • Title: Lectures on the Book of Job
  • Author: George Granville Bradley
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1888
  • Pages: 382

About George Granville Bradley

George Granville Bradley (1821–1903) was an English Bible scholar. He was made dean of Westminster in 1881. He also wrote Recollections of A. P. Stanley, Latin Prose Composition.

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