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Wednesday Giveaway - The NIV Application Commentary on Job

Categories Old Testament

Job NIVACIt has not been out
long, but John Walton’s addition of Job to the NIV Application Commentary
series is already garnering some excellent reviews and sparking numerous

This week, you have
a chance to win yourself a copy in our Wednesday giveaway!

Job is a fascinating
book, but a difficult one as well – both to interpret and to apply. So Walton’s
expertise in the context, language, and theology of the Old Testament is put to
good use as he shares the riches of this ancient text with pastors, students,
scholars, and other readers fascinated by the plight of Job.

In his commentary
Walton addresses everything from the “satan” figure in the early chapters, to
the challenge Job sets before any theology that sees suffering as divine
retribution against the sufferer. And, ultimately, he suggests that the real
point of Job might not be about suffering but about righteousness. 

To enter the
giveaway, comment below with your answer to this question: What part of
the book of Job do you find most fascinating, confusing, or inspiring?

Also, a bonus
 is available if you comment a second time letting us know that
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Two winners will be determined by Random Integer Generator. Giveaway ends
Thursday at midnight*

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