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Eyov – (The Book of Job) Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS, Kaplan texts of Job from the Jewish Publication Society Bible

Job Jewish Encyclopedia

Iyov – Job text with Rashi’s commentary – Complete Jewish Bible

Job- Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Notes on Job  Thomas L. Constable explains that God is in control even when he appears not to be and that we can trust God even when we have no explanation as to what is happening to us.

New International Version (NIV) (Book of Job) On-Line

New English Translation (NET) (Book of Job) On-Line

Job   – at Luther Seminary’s Enter the Bible. Study basics about Bible books, people, dates, places.

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Job  – Geneva Study Bible

Job   – Matthew Henry’s Commentary

Job – Thomas Aquinas Commentary

Job  – Wesley’s Explanatory Notes

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Introduction to Job David Malick

Outline of Job David Malick

An Outline of Job               Robert C. Dunston 

Introductory Matters Concerning Job                  Robert C. Dunston 

Another Outline Job   William G. Moorehead

The Character of Wisdom       Dennis Bratcher . An Introduction to OT Wisdom Literature

What Every Christian Should Know about Job               Daniel J. Simundson

The Taming of Job in Judaism, Christianity. and Islam                           Karla R. Suomala  

Introductory Matters Concerning Job 

Do Christians Love God for Naught?

Job and the Possibility of “Disinterested” Faith         Jason Mahn

Kierkegaard and the Book of Job: Theodicy or Doxology”                    Timothy Polk

First Do No Harm: Pastoral Care Informed by Job                     Janet L. Ramsey

Metaphorical Paths and the End of Wisdom in the Book of Job          Abigail Pelham

The Arguments of Job’s Three Friends Bpotos

A Favourite Word of Homer in the Septuagint Version of Job      Evangelia G Dafni

Belief, Desire and Wish in Job 19.23-27: Clues for the Identity of Job’s ‘Redeemer’

The Character of Wisdom:  An Introduction to OT Wisdom Literature  Dennis Bratcher 

Job  – Reading the Old Testament  Barry L. Bandstra introduces helps that are available, and teaches how to read the Old Testament text by modeling the process. His aim is to survey the content of the Old Testament and illustrate how modern discoveries can enrich one’s understanding of the biblical text. Includes comprehensive Study Guides. This is also available as a podcast from Itunes

Deconstructing Job

Job  A text offering an exploration of the wisdom writings of Job by Division of Student Ministry Baptist General Convention of Texas   

The Book of Job – A Study Guide  

 Job – The Hardest Lesson     Ray Stedman   

The Book of Job       Charles Lee Feinberg

Book of Job       William H. Green

From Tragedy to Triumph. The Message of the Book of Job       H.L. Ellison

The Structure and Purpose of the Book of Job       Gregory W. Parsons

Literary Features of the Book of Job       Gregory W. Parsons

Guidelines for Understanding and Proclaiming the Book of Job       Gregory W. Parsons

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The Wisdom Literature of the Bible: The Book of Job (Part 1)                  F. F. Bruce

The Wisdom Literature of the Bible: The Book of Job (Part 2)                  F. F. Bruce

Why We Can Worship God at the Time of the Death of Our Loved Ones (Job 1)

Job 1  – 3 (Job’s Troubles)                         David Colburn

The Core Story in the Prologue-Epilogue of the Book of Job                      Aron Pinker

Job’s Fifth Friend: An Ethical Critique of the Book of Job Is There a Place for Job’s Wisdom in Old Testament Theology?       Gary, V. Smith

The Book of Job and the Fear of God        Lindsay Wilson

False Naivety in the Prologue to Job       David Clines

The Core Story in the Prologue-Epilogue of the Book of Job       Aron Pinker

Job’s Thirst for Righteousness: A Parable of Post Modernism         Randy Klassen

The Faith of Job and the Recovery of Christian Atheism       Frederiek Depoortere

The Book of Job and Riceour’s Hermeneutics       Loretta Dornisch 

Reflections on Suffering from the Book of Job       Larry J. Waters  

Job: A Workshop  Job and the Spirituality of the Reformation  David Clines  

Writing a Job Commentary   David Clines  

The Wisdom of Job’s Conclusion   David Clines  

Seven Interesting Things about the Epilogue to Job    David Clines  

Why Is There a Book of Job,and What Does It Do to You If You Read It?   David Clines

Gambling With Job      Ulrich E. Simon

Job’s Perspective on Death   

The Problem of Suffering and the Book of Job        Roland K. Harrison

Loingirding and Other Male Activities in the Book of Job   David Clines

The KJV Translation of the Old Testament: The Case of Job The Social Context of the Book of Job  Leon A Roper

The Meaning of the Book of Job  Alviero Niccacci

Mythology and the Book of Job  Elmer B. Smick

The Promise of Technology versus God’s Promise in Job  David Strong

The Book of Job and the Role of Uncertainty in Religion and Law  Steven Goldberg

The Literary and Theological Function of Job’s Wife in the Book of Job  Victor Sasson

Gift Theory and the Book of Job       Wing-Chi Ki

The Book of Job and the Fear of God  Lindsay Wilson 

The Crooked Serpent       F.F. Bruce

The Book of Job: Two Questions, One Answer       Antony F. Campbell

Job: Mystery and Faith       Donald A. Carson

“Suffering Job”: Scriptural Reasoning and the Problem of Evil        William Wesley Elkins

Job, Debate, and the Shaping of Lives         Susannah Ticciati

The Goodness of Job’s Bad Arguments        Nicholas Adams

Job Considered as a Conversion Account       Jon Alexander

Literature of the Middle Period – Job  Gerald A Larue looks at the Deuteronomists, the Holiness Code, the Priestly writers and the Wisdom writings especially Job.

The Problem of Suffering: Some Reflections on Job        Ralph W. Klein

One or Two Things You May Not Know about the Universe: The Cosmology of the Divine Speeches in Job                           David Clines

Job and the Nation Israel First Study: In the Hands of the Enemy        

Job and the Nation of Israel: Second Study        Charles Lee Feinberg

Job and the Nation Israel: third Study: Face to Face with the Lord The Poetic Structure of the Book of Job and the Ugaritic Literature        Charles Lee Feinber

Reasoning with Violent Scripture: With a Little Help From Job        Edward Kessler

Affliction, Patience and Prayer: Reading Job (P) in the Qur’an        Isra Umeyye Yazicioglu

The Book of Job and its Doctrine of God        R. Laird Harris

Some Interpretations of the Divine Speeches in Job  Ralph W. Klein  

A Glimpse at Job and Job’s Wife     

Job’s Advocate: A Tempting Suggestion      Michael D. Oblath

Job 4  – 31 (Job’s Friends)                                 David Colburn  

Job 4.13: A Byronic Suggestion  Verb Modality and the Interpretation of Job 4.20-21      David Clines  

Job 5.1-8: A New Exegesis       David Clines  

Who is the ‘Hungry’ in Job 5  5a?       Aron Pinker 

Elihu’s Contribution to the Thought of the Book of Job        Robert V. McCabe

Beyond Chapter and Verse: Job: The Aids Victim       Bernard Maruani  

Job: Second Thoughts in the Land of Uz – Thomas G. Long  

What Sort of Friends? A New Proposal Regarding (M)y)pr and (M)ylp+ in Job 13,4  Christopher Hay

Qoheleth and Job: Diverse Responses to the Enigma of Evil – Rosemary Dewey  

Job, Hopeful or Hopeless? The Significance of גם in Job 16:19 and Job’s Changing Conceptions of Death      David Kummerow,  

Reflections on Job’s Question          Santiago Sia  

Job 19:25 and Job 23:10 Revisited: An Exegetical Note – David C. Deuel  

Quarter Days Gone: Job 24 and the Absence of God  Job’s Intercession: Antidote to Divine Folly           P. Guillaume and M. Schunck  

Reading Job 26-31 with Bakhtin  Messianic Implications in Elihu’s ‘Mediator Speech’ (Job 33:23-28)       William D. Barrick

Job 38 and God’s Rhetoric   Michael V Fox

Job as a Theologian of the Cross                                               Diane Jacobson

The Unreliable Narrator of Job                  James W Watt 

A Fragment of an Unstudied Column of 11 QtgJob: A Preliminary Report – by Bruce Zuckerman in collaboration with Stephen A. Reed,  

In the Face of Innocent Suffering: Learning to Allow Rage                  Armin Siedlecki

In the Face of Innocent Suffering: Learning to See Grace                        Elizabeth A Webb 
 

Why, God? A Tale of Two Sufferers – by Burton Z. Cooper 

 

Job: Repentant or Rebellious        Lynne B. Newell

Job 32  – 42 (Job’s Conclusions)                                    David Colburn

The Authenticity of the Elihu Speeches in Job 32-37       Larry J. Waters

Of Stars and Sea Monsters: Creation Theology in the Whirlwind Speeches     Kathryn Schifferdecker

Elihu’s Theology and His View of Suffering        Larry J. Waters

The So-called Ostrich in the God Speeches of the Book of Job (Job 39,13-18)      A. Walker-Jones

Dinosaurs and the Bible – Contradiction?       Joshua M. Spaulding   Isaiah   27:1    Isaiah   30:6  Jeremiah 61:34   Psalms 74:13  Job   40:15-24    Job 41:19-21    The existence of dinosaurs and the Bible – do they contradict one another? Many secularists would say they do. But what do the facts point to? Let’s take a look at the facts and see if we can settle this matter. It is true that the word “dinosaur” is not used anywhere in the Bible. That is because the word “dinosaur” was not coined until 1841 when Dr. Richard Owen came up with the word, which means “terrible lizard.”

Taunts of the Divine Warrior in Job   40:6-14                      Randy Klassen

In Search of the Indian Job    The author explores the reports in several recent commentaries and other works on the book reference to an Indian legend said to parallel the story of Job in its essential elements.

Those Golden Days: Job and the Perils of Nostalgia     David Clines

Dinosaurs and the Bible – Contradiction?       Joshua M. Spaulding   Isaiah   27:1    Isaiah   30:6  Jeremiah 61:34   Psalms 74:13  Job   40:15-24    Job 41:19-21    The existence of dinosaurs and the Bible – do they contradict one another? Many secularists would say they do. But what do the facts point to? Let’s take a look at the facts and see if we can settle this matter. It is true that the word “dinosaur” is not used anywhere in the Bible. That is because the word “dinosaur” was not coined until 1841 when Dr. Richard Owen came up with the word, which means “terrible lizard.”

On the Poetic Achievement of the Book of Job      David Clines

Qoheleth and Job: Diverse Responses to the Enigma of Evil        Rosemary Dewey

Emancipation from the Whirlwind: Piety and Rebellion among Jewish-American Post-Holocaust and Christian Liberation Readings of Job  David C. Tollerton

The Ideal of Submission (Job)                 Imanuel Christian  

Job and the Tsunami        Charles Hill

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