Re-Reading Job Hardback

Understanding the Ancient World's Greatest Poem

by Michael Austin;

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Re-Reading Job

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Job is perhaps the most difficult to understand of all books in the Bible. While a cursory reading of the text seems to relay a simple story of a righteous man whose love for God was tested through life's most difficult of challenges and rewarded for his faith through those trials, a closer reading of Job presents something far more complex and challenging. The majority of the text is a work of poetry that authors and artists through the centuries have recognized as being one of--if not the--greatest poem of the ancient world. In Re-reading Job: Understanding the Ancient World's Greatest Poem, author Michael Austin shows how most readers have largely misunderstood this important work of scripture and provides insights that enable us to re-read Job in a drastically new way. In doing so, he shows that the story of Job is far more than that simple story of faith, trials, and blessings that we have all come to know, but is instead a subversive and complex work of scripture meant to inspire readers to rethink all that they thought they knew about God.

Re-Reading Job by Michael Austin was published by Greg Kofford Books, Inc. in August 2014. The ISBN for Re-Reading Job is 9781589586680.

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Details for Re-Reading Job

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherGreg Kofford Books, Inc. (August 2014)
Number of Pages194
Thickness14 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4306026
Page last updated 19th November 2017
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