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Published by Dept. of Judaic and Near Eastern Languagesand Literatures, Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English


  • Bible. -- O.T -- Criticism, interpretation, etc -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography, p.3-13.

Statemented. by Reuben Ahroni.
SeriesHebrew annual review -- 7
ContributionsGordis, Robert., Ahroni, Reuben.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14381458M

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Click to read more about Biblical and Other Studies in Honor of Robert Gordis by Reuben Ahroni. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Reuben Ahroni. Hebrew Annual Review, vol. 7: Biblical and Other Stud-ies in honor of Robert Gordis. Columbus: Ohio State University, Pp. vii+ N.P. Sixteen essays by as many scholars. BACHARACH, JERE L. A Middle East Studies Handbook. Seattle/London: Univer-sity of Washington, Pp. xi+ $20/ Rev. and expanded version of A Near East. Robert Gordis, American biblical scholar, rabbi, educator, author, editor. Ordained rabbi, Recipient National Jewish Book award, ; Guggenheim fellow, The Book of God and Man: A Study of Job, as Robert Gordis addresses the title focuses on all the contemporary issues that surround the Book of Job such as linguistics, philosophy, dating, etc. There are many issues he addresses in which he address attacking scholars before shredding them. He never strawmans and keeps his arguments by:

In this volume, the dual background of Job, both in Oriental Wisdom and in biblical thought, is set forth. The comples questions concerning the authenticity and integrity of each section of Jobm the Prose Tale, the three Cycles of the Dialogue, the Elihu chapters, and "the Speeches of the Lord" are discussed in detail, with special reference to their content and their contribution to the 4/5(2). Ahroni, Reuben. "Biblical and Other Studies in Honor of Robert Gordis." Hebrew Annual Review 7 , p (). _____. "Biblical and Other Studies in Memory of S D Goitein." Hebrew Annual Review 9 , p (). Alexander, T. D. "Wisdom to Live By: An Introduction to the Old Testament's Wisdom Books of Proverbs, Job and Ecclesiastes."File Size: KB. Robert Gordis has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Gordis’s most popular book is Ecclesiastes, or The Preacher. Robert Gordis long before any kindness is shown her in Bethlehem. It surely cannot be construed as a protest against intermarriage or indiscriminate proselyti­ That the book praises the piety of Ruth12 and her loyalty as a widow13 may be true, but this can .

Robert Gordis. Books. Gordis, Robert. The Book of Job: Commentary, New Translation and Special Studies. JTS Press, Near Eastern Histories Israelite Religion OT Extra-Biblical Literature Studies Documentary Hypothesis Deuternomic History Other OT Studies and Issues: Gospels/Acts. Other scholars who condemn the book are R. H. Pfeiffer, Intro­ duction to the Old Testament (New York: Harper, ) ; Otto Eissfeldt, The Old Testament. Gordis was especially devoted to the study of two Biblical books, Job and Koheleth. His first study of Job was "All Men's Book - A New Introduction to Job" (The Menorah Journal, Winter, ). His comprehensive works on the book were The Book of God and Man: A Study of Job () and The Book of Job: Commentary, New Translation and Special.   Footnotes. Robert Gordis, The Book of Job: Commentary, New Translation and Special Studies (New York, NY: The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, ), Gordis believes Behemoth is a hippopotamus. See Marvin H. Pope, Job, The Anchor Bible (New York, NY: Doubleday & Company, ), Pope states, “The juxtaposition of Behemoth and Leviathan in Job and the post-biblical .