JOB 1-21: Interpretation and Commentary (Illuminations) / CL Seow

Philip Nel


The mere size of the publication, the extent of the background information, as well as the articulated commentary and theological interpretation of the first 21 Chapters of the Book of Job may intimidate the reader at first glance. However, the avoidance of stilted speech and preference of sound, logical and reader-friendly discourse soon arrest the attention of the readerirresistibly.


JOB 1-21: Interpretation and Commentary (Illuminations)

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