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Studies in the Book of Job

Studies in the Book of Job

Edited by Walter E. Aufrecht
Subjects Religion
Series SR Supplements Hide Details
Paperback : 9780889201798, 86 pages, April 1985

Table of contents

Table of Contents for
Studies in the Book of Job, edited by Walter E. Aufrecht

Introduction

Acknowledgements

Contributors

Current Trends in the Study of the Book of Job | Ronald J. Williams

Job and Ugaritic Studies | Peter C. Craigie

Elihu's Second Speech According to the Septuagint | Claude E. Cox

Aramaic Studies and the Book of Job | Walter E. Aufrecht

Index of Authors

Index of Subjects

Index of Texts

Description

The four essays in this volume present an overview of current issues in studies of the book of Job. The opening essay, by Williams, deals with major aspects of Joban research: new commentaries, Near Eastern backgrounds, textual criticism, language and vocabulary, literary criticism, dating problems, and theological ideas. The remaining essays focus on specifics from within Williams’ overview. Craigie discusses the impact of Ugaritic language and literature on studies of Job. Cox is concerned with textual criticism of Job, primarily with regard to the Septuagint. And, in the final essay, Aufrecht illustrates the importance of Aramaic in biblical studies in general and studies of Job in particular.

Reviews

``... a helpful introduction to current debate on the canonical book of Job and related literature.''

- Journal for the Study of Judaism