The Cruel God: Job's Search for the Meaning of Suffering

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A Selected Bibliography

Versions of the Bible
MTMasoretic Text, the standard text of the books of the Hebrew Bible: The Holy Scriptures According to the Masoretic Text. 2 vols. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1955.
KITTEL R. KITTLE, Biblia Hebraica, Leipzig, 1906; 3rd. ed. (giving BEN ASHER'S text with notes by P. KAHLE), edited by A. ALT and O. EISSFELDT (the Book of Job by G. Beer), Stuttgart, 1937.
GREEK Septuaginta. The Old Testament in Greek accord­ ing to the LXX Translators, edited by ALFRED RAHLFS, Stuttgart, 1935. Designated LXX because of a tradition that seventy scholars made the trans­ lation from the Hebrew.
KJVKing James Version. First issued in 1611.
ERVEnglish Revised Version. New Testament first issued, 1881; Old Testament, 1884.
RSVRevised Standard Version. New York: Thomas Nel­ son and Sons, 1952.
MOFFATT The Holy Bible, A New Translation, by JAMES MOFFATT. New York and London: Harper and Bros. The Old Testament first published in Eng­ land in 1924.

Periodicals and Annuals
AASORAnnual of the American Schools of Oriental Research.
BA The Biblical Archaeologist.
BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.
HUCA Hebrew Union College Annual.
JBL Journal of Biblical Literature.
JNES Journal of Near Eastern Studies.
JR Journal of Religion.
RB Revue Biblique.

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