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UMBREIT'S VERSION OF THE BOOK OF JOB.
J. G. & F. RIVINGTON, LONDON ;
THE BOOK OF JOB ;
AN INTRODUCTION, ON THE SPIRIT, COMPOSITION,
AND AUTHOR OF THE BOOK.
D. FRIEDRICH WILHELM CARL UMBREIT,
PROP. OF THEOLOGY IN HEIDELBERG.
TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN,
THE REV. JOHN HAMILTON GRAY, M. A.
OF MAGD. COLLEGE, OXFORD, VICAR OF BOLSOVER.
THOMAS CLARK, 38. GEORGE STREET.
BOOK OF JOB.
1. JOB began, and spake :
And crush me with words? b
* He again declares how deeply his feelings have been wounded by the hard speeches of the friends. Even admitting that he was justly punished on account of guilt incurred, is this punishment not sufficient ? Is it consistent with mercy thus ever to demonstrate anew to the sufferer that he is justly chastened? And yet of this, they have hitherto failed to convince him. b Observe the Aramaïsm of the union of the
. Alting Fundament. Punctat. Ling. Heb. p. 385 ; Gesen. in Lehrgeb. 348. But in the Bible of Athias we find 'Naim (the Dag. in 2d Nun.)
Vide תְּדַכְּאוּנְנִי for תְּדַכְּאוּנַנִי sufix with the form