Twelve volumes complete. Brand new set still in publisher shrink wrap, save for volume one. Modern reprint of this classic mid-17th-century philosophical work. A beautiful set. This is a heavy, bulky set and will require extra shipping costs. Please inquire before ordering. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: Caryl's work is a monolithic achievement, even by Puritan standards. His exegesis is lengthy, meaty, and timeless. There are many thoughts and applications in Caryl's work that cannot be found elsewhere. In the nineteenth-century, an abridgement of Caryl's work appeared, but how one can skillfully reduce twelve octavo volumes into a single work of nearly 200 pages is something of a mystery. Spurgeon said it best: "We do not believe in an abridgment of a book which is good throughout. Think of twelve large volumes condensed into one small one! An ox in a gallipot [a small jar used to hold medicines] is nothing to it" (Commenting on Commentaries, p. 76). No modern work has ever dealt with Job in similar fashion to Caryl. Literally, he has weaved a whole body of divinity.
Title: Practical Observations on Job - 12 Volumes
Publisher: Dust & Ashes Publications
Publication Date: 2001
Book Condition: New
Book Description Dust & Ashes Publications, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Like New. 12 volume facsimile edition. Very nice and clean. Like new shelf wear. Light pencil mark on closed page edges 1 volume. No marks found in text. Bookseller Inventory # kjg03051616