Ecclesiastes: an introduction and commentary

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InterVarsity Press, Jun 1, 1983 - Religion - 159 pages
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The book of Ecclesiastes has long puzzled Christians and even scholars. What does the book mean? And what relevance does it have to our lives? Michael Eaton provides a passage-by-passage analysis that attempts to account for the oddities of the text and to show how its message applies to us.

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Review: Ecclesiastes: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries)

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Ecclesiastes has long been my favorite book of the Bible--though people laugh whenever I say it, and assume that I'm joking or trying to get some kind of shock value. My love of Qoheleth began in high ... Read full review

Review: Ecclesiastes: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries)

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Ecclesiastes has long been my favorite book of the Bible--though people laugh whenever I say it, and assume that I'm joking or trying to get some kind of shock value. My love of Qoheleth began in high ... Read full review

Contents

CHIEF ABBREVIATIONS
11
COMMENTARY
55
ADDITIONAL NOTES
85
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