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Will you torment a windblown leaf? : a commentary on Job

Author: Bill Cotton
Publisher: Fearn : Christian Focus, 2001.
Series: Focus on the Bible.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Job is, indeed, a poetic masterpiece; one of the most original poems in the history of mankind, and it is also is one of the most dramatic illustrations in the Bible of the interrelationship of God, mankind and Satan. Bill Cotton has put together a fascinating study of the book of Job. To aid the reader he has added highlight boxes throughout the commentary that discuss basic problems and the flow of thought. -  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Cotton
ISBN: 1857925157 9781857925159
OCLC Number: 47355535
Notes: Cover title: Job.
Description: 176 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Outline of Job --
Satan's violent assault on Job : Chapters 1-2 --
Job's Gethsemane : Chapter 3 --
Eliphaz' first discourse : Chapters 4-5 --
Job's reply to Eliphaz : Chapters 6-7 --
Job refuses to stop complaining : Chapter 7 --
Bildad to the attack : Chapter 8 --
Job reacts to Bildad : Chapters 9-10 --
I loathe my very life : Chapter 10 --
Zophar's angry reaction : Chapter 11 --
Your maxims are proverbs of ashes : Chapters 12-14 --
Eliphaz to the attack : Chapter 15 --
God has gone berserk! Chapters 16-17 --
The fate of Mr. Badman : Chapter 18 --
I've been wronged : Chapter 19 --
We live in an unjust world : Chapters 20-21 --
Eliphaz swipes out angrily : Chapter 22 --
The heavens are brass, but I will trust : Chapter 23 --
The earth is full of violence : Chapter 24 --
Bildad's pathetic response : Chapter 25 --
Job's reply to Bildad : Chapter 26 --
Innocence and majesty : Chapter 27 --
The search for true wisdom : Chapter 28 --
Job presents his concluding defence : Chapters 29-31 --
Now they mock me! Chapter 30 --
Job's final defence in court : Chapter 31 --
The speech of Elihu : Chapters 32-37 --
The Lord's answer to Job : Chapters 38-41 --
Job's complete recovery : Chapter 42 --
Job : our epilogue.
Series Title: Focus on the Bible.
Other Titles: Job : will you torment a windblown leaf?
Responsibility: Bill Cotton.

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There is much argument as to what is the basic theme of Job. There are many opinions - the patience of a good man under testing, why do the innocent suffer? The tragedy of life in a fallen world,  Read more...

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