Conflict and Triumph - Book of Job

By Green William Henry

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William Henry Green held the chair of Biblical and Oriental Literature at Princeton from 1851 untl 1900, the year of his death and in this book he literally unfolds the arguments presents to us in the Book of Job. He was a master of Old Testament interpretation but with a pastor's heart and this work sheds a great deal of light on the meaning of the Book of Job.

The author explains the the structure of the book, the role played by each of the participants, the significance of their speeches and the bearly of each part on the overall theme. However his pastoral concern is to help 'the afflicted child of God' to draw 'the waters of consolation from this inspired and copious source.'

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