And what it’s like to translate it into English.
Few biblical books have engendered as much analysis or philosophical discussion as the story of Job. A recent “biography” of the title character, by Mark. . .
A new commentary on the Book of Job breaks new ground by combining historical-critical scholarship with reception history, thereby revealing fresh levels of meaning.
A new “reception history” of the Book of Job is let down by its reluctance to choose among the work’s myriad interpretations.