Studies on Job (4 vols.)
Sheffield Academic Press, T&T Clark, Almond Press 1991–2006
The book of Job functions as literature of survival, where Job deals with the trauma of suffering and attempts to come to terms with a collapsed moral and theological world. Eventually, Job reconnects the broken pieces of his world into a new moral universe, which explains and contains the trauma of his recent experiences and renders his life meaningful again. The resources contained in Studies on Job show how to deal with suffering and the effect that it has on us. Yair Hoffman uncovers the relationship between Job and other ancient texts to help us understand the theology and theodicy that is a part of the book of Job.
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Studies on Job is an essential part of anyone’s library who desires to understand suffering and the role that it plays in our lives.
- Contains an index of references and authors
- Includes a list of abbreviations used
- Title: Studies in Job (4 vols.)
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,082