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These scattered verses from Ecclesiastes could easily fall into that category of difficult and disturbing readings.
My own reading of Ecclesiastes differs from what is proposed by the author and is not represented in his book.
54) It is not too far-fetched to see in this one of Erasmus' reasons for going on to complete his Ecclesiastes after all.
s interpretations of Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes original and insightful.
Perry, Dialogues With Kohelet: The Book of Ecclesiastes.
This is why Shalev rejects the traditional claim that Solomon wrote both Ecclesiastes and Proverbs.
Blocks Security Council Censure of Israeli Settlements", NYT Friday 18 February, I am reminded of Ecclesiastes 1:9 What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; there is nothing new under the sun.
THE WISDOM BOOKS: JOB, PROVERBS, AND ECCLESIASTES: A TRANSLATION WITH COMMENTARY comes from an award-winning Biblical translator and offers a new translation of Job, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes.
Our biblical books of worldly wisdom, particularly Ecclesiastes and Proverbs, abound with observations on life that cannot but strike the reader as profound, timeless insights, which resonate in one's mind and come forward from time to time when they are applicable to the circumstances.
His work, studied as the Ecclesiastes, was a work that promoted human worth and rings very true in today's secular world where few live only for their faith.
Joudah translates al-jami'a as "university," when the poet meant Ecclesiastes of the Bible, who is the son of David and who is called al-Jami'a in Arabic, from whose book (Ecclesiastes 1.