Eaton’s thorough analysis of Job is broken up into three chapters: “Chapter 1, Experiencing the Book of Job: A Guided Reading,” “Chapter 2, Gathering our Observations: Structure and Theme,” and “Chapter 3, Questions of Context and Language.” Chapter one is intended to accompany a reading of the Book of Job. Chapter two arranges and develops the observations made in chapter one. In chapter three the book of Job is examined in the context of other ancient literature that grapples with the question of the meaning of life.
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- Title: Job
- Author: J. H. Eaton
- Publisher: T&T Clark
- Publication Date: 1992
- Pages: 70
About John Eaton
John Eaton taught Old Testament at Birmingham University in England until his retirement. He is the author of many notable books on the Psalms and the Old Testament, including Vision in Worship, The Circle of Creation, and The Psalms: A Historical and Spiritual Commentary with an Introduction and Translation (included in Psalms: A Commentary, and Its New Testament Relevance).