The Book of Job: Translated from the Hebrew with Notes Explanatory, Illustrative, and Critical
J. Nisbet & Co. 1869
This is a holistic translation of the book of Job, including notes both critical and exegetical. Bible scholar J. Noble Coleman includes many cross-references and indexes guaranteed to aid the reader with historical context and general comprehension. He spent years researching and comparing various translations and scholars and ancient literary traditions. The text is embedded with helpful and insightful commentary and interpretation.
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- Critical and exegetical notes
- Historical context and general comprehension of Job
- Insightful commentary and interpretation
- Title: The Book of Job: Translated from the Hebrew with Notes Explanatory, Illustrative, and Critical
- Author: J. Noble Coleman
- Publisher: Nisbet & Co.
- Publication Date: 1869
- Pages: 147
About John Noble Coleman
John Noble Coleman (1793–1872) was a nineteenth century Bible scholar.