This is a massive study on the book of Job, including exegetical and critical notes, a translation, maps, and illustrations. Bible scholar and pastor Carey also includes dissertations, an analytical paraphrase, and various readings of the Hebrew text. Featuring over 500 pages, this study will aid the general reader as well as the scholar for a comprehensive overview and examination of this key book of the Old Testament.
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- Features a thorough verse-by-verse analysis of the book of Job
- Explores the historical and cultural background of Job’s time
- Includes a translation, maps, and illustrations
- The Book of Job as a True History
- The Age in Which Job Lived
- The Place Where Job Resided
- The Author of the Book of Job
- Theology in the Days of Job
- The Various Readings
- Analysis of the Book of Job
- Translation of the Book of Job
- Notes on the Book of Job
- Illustrations on the Book of Job
- Title: The Book of Job
- Author: Cateret Priaulx Carey
- Publisher: Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt
- Publication Date: 1858
- Pages: 514
About Cateret Priaulx Carey
Cateret Priaulx Carey (1819–1858) was a pastor in England in the nineteenth century. Educated at Elizabeth College in Oxford, he later became a curate of the Bishop of Windsor and then a pastor of St. John’s in Guernsey.