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The Remarkable Record of Job: The Ancient Wisdom, Scientific Accuracy, & Life-Changing Message of an Amazing Book

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Far from being an engaging fable, the account of Job in the bible is one of the most historically and scientifically accurate records of the ancient world.

Perhaps the oldest book in the Bible, the book of Job touches on many subjects of science and history. This commentary on the controversial Book of Job is very different from most of the seminary and church teachings so
ebook, 150 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Master Books (first published December 12th 1941)
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I went through half a dozen or so commentaries on Job while I was preaching through the Biblical book of Job and Morris's book was one of the best. He was THE best when it came to leviathan and behemoth while others parroted worn-out and impossible [textually speaking] interpretations of crocodiles, whales, and hippos!
One negative note- Morris has an intense dislike for Elihu going so far as suggesting that he was under demonic influence and arguing away in a rather flimsy manner the strong evid
"The Remarkable Record of Job" by Henry M. Morris isn't a commentary on Job but a look at several encompassing themes within. The main theme is God's Creation and how it ties in with God's message of Salvation. I found the book included several very interesting elements I'd never before considered. The writing style isn't anything special - it's rather matter-of-fact. Many, many Bibles verses are referenced throughout but unfortunately, they're from the King James Version, so they're a little di ...more
Thomas Kinsfather
Morris examines the value of Job in light of it's antiquity. He highlights the scientific statements that were millennia ahead of their time, wrestles with tough questions about Job, and examines the closing comments attributed to God.

I know of no other book like this on Job. Valuable knowledge.
I had wondered why God did not address the question of why Job suffered as he did. Henry Morris uses scripture to explain why God answered by discussing creation. God created everything out of nothing. His ways are far beyond our understanding. He does what is best for his creatures and our momentary suffering in this life is insignificant compared to the glory we will experience for eternity when we are saved through faith. I feel peace and gratitude to my Savior as I come to understand the Wor ...more
This was an extremely good exposition on the book of Job. Unlocked so much that had been overlooked when making my way through Job. I highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to delve a bit deeper.
Not exactly a commentary, rather an overview of the amazingly accurate scientific facts found in the book of Job in the Bible. Morris is a well known scientist, lecturer, writer, and apologist.
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