by Samuel Balentine
This new commentary by biblical scholar Samuel Balentine
leads readers on an in-depth and far-reaching look at the nature of the book of Job and the various attempts by the many who have sought to further explore Job's essential struggle.
Samuel Balentine is a highly regarded scholar who served on the faculty of Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond for 10 years.
Balentine joined the Union-PSCE faculty in September 2004.
is the author of four books, has edited or co-edited numerous books and scholarly journals, and has written nearly three dozen articles for significant journals in biblical studies.
Prior to joining the faculty of Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Balentine served as a professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Along with authoring the volume on Job, Balentine is General Editor of the Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary series, co-editor of Interpretation, and a member of the editorial board for The New Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible.