The author of this book examines carefully the development of Job’s character under trial. He sees the whole book as a powerful example of God’s self-revelation.
He portrays the life of Job, moreover, as a parable of human life generally: afflicted by sin (typified by leprosy), in bondage to mortality, in need of redemption, and (with the eye of faith) looking to the hope of resurrection. Many helpful parallels between the language and events of Job’s life and Christ’s redemptive work are drawn.
This book, comprising first an overall survey of the book and then chapter by chapter notes, is useful for all who want to understand more of this fascinating character from partiarchal times.

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Author: Cyril Tennant

Binding: Paperback / Digital (ePub or Kindle download / Edition No.: 6 / May 2022)
Print edition: ISBN 978 0 85189 131 6 | Electronic edition: ISBN 978 0 85189 300 6
Pages: 120
Publisher: The Christadelphian

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