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Electronic edition of the massive commentary on the Book of Job.

A C RI TICAL AND EXEGETICAL COMMENTARY ON T H E B O O K O F J O B BY SAMUEL ROLLES DRIVER, D. D. AND GEORGE BUCHANAN GRAY, D. Litt. VOLUME I

The International Critical Commentary (ICC): Jobs (in 2 volumes)


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Volume I Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PagePREFACECONTENTSPRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYEDINTRODUCTION§§ 1–2. Title and Place in the Canon§ 3. Subject and Main Divisions§§ 4–6. Literary Form§§ 7–31. Origin and History of the Book of Job: Possible Sources and Additions(a) Traditional Elements: Names and Terms(b) The “Babylonian Job”(c) Relation of Prologue and Epilogue to the Dialogue: the Divine Names (§ 19)(d) Cc. 25–28(e) Cc. 32–37: Elihu (see also § 41)(a) The Divine Names, § 24(b) ... and ...., § 25(c) Particles, § 26(d) Other stylistic features, §§ 27–29(e) Aramaisms, § 28(f) Cc 381–426: The speeches of YahwehTable of Original and Later Elements in the Book: also of Passages absent from G§§ 32–41. Purpose and Method of the Writer§§ 42–47. The Age of the Book(a) External Evidence(b) Political and Social Conditions(c) Parallel Passages(d) Theological and Religious Ideas(e) Language§ 48–51. The Text§ 52. The RhythmsPart I. Translation and CommentaryIII.VII.VIII.XII.XIII.XIV.XVI.XVII.XVIII.XIX.XXI.XXII.XXIII.XXIV.XXV.XXVI.XXVII.XXVIII.XXIX.XXX.XXXI.XXXII.XXXIII.XXXIV.XXXV.XXXVI.XXXVII.XXXVIII.XXXIX.XLI.XLII.Volume IIFront MatterTitle PageCopyright PageCONTENTSPRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYEDPart II. Philological NotesINDEXES.I. ENGLISH.II. HEBREW.
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