Notes on the Old Testament Explanatory and Practical: Job Vol. 1

by Albert Barnes


Notes on the Old Testament: Job Volume 1 (1950) by Albert Barnes is a thorough commentary on the first 21 chapters. In his introduction, Barnes lists some common and often difficult questions raised about the Book of Job."Was Job a real person?""Who was the author of Job?""Where did Job take place?" These questions, as well as others, are tackled by Barnes before getting into his extensive commentary on the book. Generally, each page of the book has two or three verses at the top, with the remainder used to give background, explanation, and application of the cited verses. The book also has engravings of various animals and items mentioned by Job.

Wailand Groenendyk
CCEL Staff Writer

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Born: December 1, 1798
Died: December 24, 1870
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