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The Book of Job [Paperback]

By Raymond P. Scheindlin (Editor) & Raymond P. Scheindlin (Translator)
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A new translation brings out the anger of Job and his conviction that his suffering is undeserved, and emphasizes the cycle of dialogue among Job, his friends, and God

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One of the most powerful and unsettling Bible stories, The Book of Job undermines the claim that our world is governed by justice and meaning. It does so through a poetry of unsurpassed beauty captured in Raymond Scheindlin's superb new translation. Scheindlin's Job is not a patient sufferer but a defiant man who eloquently demands an argument with God. Job's words land like a fist, but he is left speechless by God's reply from the storm a commanding survey of creation and a challenge to man's place in it. Job's acceptance of God's power comes with a dignity and freshness that makes it compelling even today. In Scheindlin's vivid translation an ancient text speaks to us directly of timeless questions and passions. A selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club, History Book Club, Quality Paperback Book Club, and Jewish Book Club"

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Studio: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages   237
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.88" Width: 5" Height: 0.59"
Weight:   0.5 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   May 17, 1999
Publisher   W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN  0393319008  
ISBN13  9780393319002  

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Raymond P. Scheindlin teaches at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City. His other books include Wine, Women, and Death: Medieval Hebrew Poems on the Good Life and The Gazelle: Medieval Hebrew Poems on God, Israel, and the Soul.

Raymond P. Scheindlin has an academic affiliation as follows - Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City Haverford Coll.

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A clear and easy to understand rendition of the Book of Job.  Sep 27, 1998
The author gives his personal English rendition for the story of Job. He stays away from the literal translation of the Hebrew text. The book is an easy to read and easy to understand poem. Included are a few informative notes that I injoyed reading. I would liked to have seen the book include the Hebrew text in a linear fashion, so it would be easy to know when the author took poetical license in his translation.
Understandable rendering of the Biblical Book of Job  Sep 24, 1998
The author, Rabbi Scheindlin, provides clear and informative notes with an easy to understand text. Though it is traditon to consider Job as a fictional character, the notes fairly state that the name is found in "ancient Semitic inscriptions" which possibly makes Job the oldest story of an historical character in the Bible. Older than Abraham by one hundred years. In my reading, I see Job as a rival for the label "first Jew".

I would have liked to see a convenient access to the complete Hebrew text in an appendix.


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