This commentary takes a thorough and scholarly look at the fascinating life of Job. So much benefit can be derived from studying the book of Job, but many young people are afraid they will not understand it. In this reprint of a classic title, Job's life is examined from his days of happiness, to affliction, to discussion with his friends, and ultimately a discussion of the book of Job in the plan of Holy Scripture. Each chapter closes with a set of questions to test comprehension, and an outline of the entire book of Job is included. This is geared to upper high school students and will be an inspiration to every student who invests in a serious study of Job's life. The author, William Henry Green, taught at Princeton Seminary from 1850 to 1900. Comprehension questions and a helpful outline are included.
|Suggested Grade: 11th - Adult|
|Author: William Henry Green (Michael J. McHugh, ed.)|
|Softbound: 131 pages|