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The Bible Job with the Jerusalem Commentary (Da'at Mikra איוב Iyov) BKE-TBJ

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The Bible Job with the Jerusalem Commentary The Saul Koschitzky Edition of the Da'at Mikra Bible איוב Iyov JOB Hardcover Hebrew / English 456 Pages 8.5"x11" Isbn 978-965-7265-08-6   The Jerusalem Commentary, which is an English translation of the Hebrew Da'at Mikra commentary of the Bible published by the Rav Kook Institute in Jerusalem, is one of the most important contemporary biblical commentaries. It is written in the spirit of the traditional Jewish interpretation as reflected in the writings of the classic commentators of past centuries. Its contribution to modern scholarship reflects important new knowledge in the fields of archaeology, history, geography, zoology, botany, geology, and especially the philosophy of ancient Semitic languages.