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Ruth the Moabitess: A Short Commentary, Critical and Expository, on the Book of Ruth
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Ruth the Moabitess: A Short Commentary, Critical and Expository, on the Book of Ruth

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William Hunt and Company 1884

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Overview

Written for Sunday School teachers, Ruth the Moabitess is a compilation of thoughts on the person and book of Ruth from some of the best commentaries and writers of the nineteenth century and earlier. This volume includes an introduction to Ruth, as well as notes, outlines, and lessons—useable for personal or group study. It also contains three appendixes and information on each character to bring readers a deeper understanding of the text.

This volume is essential for students, scholars, pastors, historians, teachers of the Bible, and anyone else studying the book of Ruth. With Logos Bible Software, the volume is completely searchable—Scripture passages appear on mouse-over and link to the Hebrew texts and English translations in your library. This accessibility makes these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “Moab” or “Ruth 1:16.”

Key Features

  • Gathers select notes and comments from multiple sources
  • Includes index of the authors quoted
  • Features condensed outlines of lesson plans for Sunday School teachers

Contents

  • Introduction
  • The Emigrants
  • The Return
  • The Harvest-Field
  • At Home
  • The Threshing-Floor
  • In the Gate
  • The Betrothal
  • The Marriage
  • The Pedigree

Product Details

  • Title: Ruth the Moabitess: A Short Commentary, Critical and Expository, on the Book of Ruth
  • Author: Alfred Leedes Hunt
  • Publisher: William Hunt and Company
  • Publication Date: 1884
  • Pages: 78

About Alfred Leedes Hunt

Alfred Leedes Hunt (1853–1936) was vicar of St. George in the East Church, London. He was also rector of several churches including St. Mary’s (1883, Essex), St. Edmonds (1897, Ipswich), and Great Snoring (1903, Norfolk).