The Book of Job is lauded as not only a stunning theological and spiritual achievement, but a masterpiece of poetic literature. The celebrated poet and novelist Victor Hugo said, “Tomorrow, if all literature was to be destroyed and it was left to me to retain one work only, I should save Job.”
This collection features some of the best commentaries, studies, sermons, and lectures on Job from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It includes over 4,500 pages of interpretation, outlines, historical context, and practical application—perfect for your sermon preparation, personal Bible study, or academic work.
When translating the book of Job, Martin Luther quipped, “Job is suffering more from my version than from the taunts of his friends!” Countless biblical scholars have labored to capture the vivid metaphors and sophisticated poetry of the original Hebrew. This collection includes original translations, some of which are set to rhyme and meter. The many versions and copious textual notes provide the tools you need to get a better sense of any passage’s meaning. Plus, this collection includes authors utilizing a variety of methods from across the theological spectrum, making your study thorough and well-rounded.
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Complete your study of Job with the Classic Commentaries and Studies on Job (18 vols.).