Studies in The Book of Job

Who wrote the book?

The author of the book of Job is unknown. Several suggestions have been put forth as plausible authors: Job himself, who could have best recalled his own words; Elihu, the fourth friend who spoke toward the end of the story; various biblical writers and leaders; or many editors who compiled the material over the years. While there is no definitive answer, it was most likely an eyewitness who recorded the detailed and lengthy conversations found in the book. In Old Testament times, authors sometimes referred to themselves in the third person, so Job’s authorship is a strong possibility.

Chuck Swindoll’s Chart of Job, which divides the book into major sections and highlights themes and key verses.

Who was Job?

This wealthy landowner and father is one of the best-known biblical heroes. But we know little more than that he was stripped of everything, without warning, and that his faith was severely tested. So read on to find out more on the man that reveals the most about El Shaddai! God Almighty! Enjoy!

THE BOOK OF JOB OVERVIEW