Commentary on Job

ISBN-10: 0802848958

ISBN-13: 9780802848956

Edition: 2013

Authors: C. L. Seow
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Description: Seow pays close attention to the reception history of Job, including Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Western secular interpretations as expressed in theological, philosophical and literary writings and in the visual and performing arts.

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Book details

List price: $95.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publication date: 7/4/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 999
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.476
Language: English

To the Reader
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and Sigla
Illustrations
Introduction
Texts and Versions
Hebrew
Masoretic Text
Qumran Hebrew Texts
Greek
OG and the Asterisked Materials
New Greek Translations
Vulgate
Aramaic
Qumran Aramaic Texts
Rabbinic Targum
Syriac
Language
Orthography
Vocabulary and Forms
Late Biblical Hebrew
Integrity
Prose Framework, Poetic Middle
The Third Cycle and Chapter 28
The Elihu Speeches
YHWH's Response
Provenance
Setting
Genre(s)
Drama
Epic
Didactic Narrative
Exemplary-Sufferer Texts
Dialogue
Lament
Lawsuit
Broader Categories
Structure
Prologue (1:1-2:13)
Dialogue (3:1-31:40)
Mediated Revelation (32:1-37:24)
Unmediated Revelation (38:1-42:6)
Epilogue (42:7-17)
Artistry
Prosody
Closures
Parallelism
Wordplays
Alliteration
Irony
Parody
Imagery
Personification
Theology
Job
The Friends
Elihu
YHWH
The Narrator
History of Consequences
Jewish Consequences
Second Temple Period
Old Greek (OG)
Aristeas the Historian
Tobit
Ben Sira
Qumran
Testament of Job
Early Rabbinic Period
Tannaim and Amoraim
Targum
Art and Liturgy
Medieval Period
The Islamic East
Northern Africa and Southern Europe
Northern Europe
Literature
Visual Arts
Music
Modern Period
From Spinoza to the Haskalah
From the Haskalah to the Holocaust
Post-Holocaust Interpretation
Literature
Visual Arts
Music
Christian Consequences
Early Period
NT
Greek Interpreters
Syriac Interpreters
Latin Interpreters
Liturgy
Visual Arts
Literature
Medieval Period
Dominance of Gregory's Moralia
Dominican and Franciscan Exegetes
Liturgy
Visual Arts
Music
Literature
Reformation and the Rise of Biblical Criticism
Exegesis
Biblical Criticism
Translations and Paraphrases
Literature
Visual Arts
Music
The Enlightenment and Romanticism
Biblical Criticism
Philosophers
Literature
Visual Arts
Music
The Twentieth Century and the Present
Biblical Criticism and Beyond
Literature
Visual Arts
Music
Muslim Consequences
Qur'an
Stories of the Prophets
Ibn al-'Arabi
Modern Islam
Commentary
Prologue: The First Test (1:1-22)
Prologue: The Second Test (2:1-13)
Job: "Perish the Day!" (3:1-26)
Eliphaz: All Humans Fall Short (4:1-21)
Eliphaz: Proper Response to Suffering (5:1-27)
Job: Unpalatable Stuff (6:1-30)
Job: The Human Condition (7:1-21)
Bildad: A Parable of Two Plants (8:1-22)
Job: An Impossible Scenario (9:1-35)
Job: Complaining with Abandon (10:1-22)
Zophar: Divine Transcendence and Human Hope (11:1-20)
Job: Equal but Different (12:1-25)
Job: Effecting Right "To His Face" (13:1-28)
Job: The Fragility and Resilience of Hope (14:1-22)
Eliphaz: The Fate of the Wicked (15:1-35)
Job: "O Earth, Do Not Cover My Blood!" (16:1-22)
Job: "My Spirit Is Destroyed" (17:1-16)
Bildad: The Place of the Wicked (18:1-21)
Job: "I Know My Redeemer Lives" (19:1-29)
Zophar: The Designated Lot of the Wicked (20:1-29)
Job: Acts and Outcomes Are Unrelated (21:1-34)
Subject Index
Author Index
Scripture Index
Ancient Sources Index
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