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Notes on the Book of Job: With a New Version

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G. Morrish 1879

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Overview

In Notes on the Book of Job: With a New Version, William Kelly focuses on the character of God as presented in the story of Job—how to reconcile His righteousness with the suffering of the godly? How do we make sense of evil and still trust God? These are vital questions, and Kelly provides a commentary that seeks to answer them in spite of the difficulties they present. Following the clear outline in the book of Job, Kelly goes over each section in great detail, giving the reader a clear view on the context and comfort that this book of the Old Testament can give.

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Key Features

  • Provides in-depth commentary on Job’s struggle for righteousness in the midst of suffering
  • Offers practical lessons taken from the book of Job
  • Discusses the conflict between evil, suffering, and the goodness of God

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Job Tried by Satan
  • The Complaint of Job
  • The First Discourse of Eliphaz
  • The Answer of Job
  • The First Discourse of Bildad
  • The Answer of Job
  • The First Discourse of Bildad
  • The Answer of Job
  • The First Discourse of Zophar
  • The Answer of Job
  • The Second Discourse of Eliphaz
  • The Answer of Job
  • The Second Discourse of Bildad
  • The Answer of Job
  • The Second Discourse of Zophar
  • The Answer of Job
  • The Third Discourse of Eliphaz
  • The Answer of Job
  • The Third Discourse of Eliphaz
  • The Answer of Job—Silence of Zophar
  • Fresh Discourse of Job
  • Last Discourse of Job
  • Elihu, and His First Discourse
  • Elihu’s Second Discourse
  • Elihu’s Third Discourse
  • Elihu’s Fourth Discourse
  • Jehovah’s Intervention
  • Jehovah’s Renewed Intervention
  • Jehovah’s End

Product Details

  • Title: Notes on the Book of Job: With a New Version
  • Author: William Kelly
  • Publisher: G. Morrish
  • Publication Date: 1879
  • Pages: 214

About William Kelly

William Kelly (1821–1906) was an Irish scholar. He was a prominent member of the Plymouth Brethren, a conservative evangelical school of thought. Specializing in textual criticism, Kelly published several works on various books of the Bible.

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