Book of Ecclesiastes


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an Old Testament book consisting of reflections on the vanity of human life

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He weds this with a lifelong fascination with the Book of Ecclesiastes, enhanced by much research into the latter text.
I was reading The Book of Ecclesiastes as I was writing, with a kind of fundamental humility, knowing that it had been written before, it would be written again and I was just knocking out a few notes as best I could.
Barton, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Ecclesiastes (ICC; Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1908) p.
In the book of Ecclesiastes chapter 12 in the Bible, as part of a long string of prophecies, occur the words, ".
Except for the enlightening final chapter reading Four Quartets in relation to The Book of Ecclesiastes, most of the analyses have appeared in journals between 1983 and 2007.
Allow me, in closing, to offer a final thought: recently, while listening to a reading of the book of Ecclesiastes in eight different voices [translated by Calvin Seerveld], I was reminded once again of the comfort that undergirds all our work.
He described the day as a great day that sees South Sudan join the community of sovereign nations, marking the end of an era as reflected in the book of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8.
And Kridt (Chalk) is based on the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes and features a young man assessing his life.
And Kridt (Chalk) is based on the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes and features a young man placing his life in the balance as he approaches death.
Podwal said he is toying with the notion of illustrating the "Hebrew Melodies" poems of Lord Byron, as well as the Book of Ecclesiastes.
TO EVERYTHING, according to the Bible's book of Ecclesiastes, there is a season, and it's a temperate-latitude habit to turn through four seasons each year: summer, fall, winter, and spring.
Despite the Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes insisting that "to everything there is a season," when it comes to road testing cars, I usually find that the climate isn't always in tune with the vehicle on test.
Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days," goes the famous saying from the eleventh chapter of the biblical book of Ecclesiastes.
For many years while teaching seminary courses on the Old Testament and lay study courses in churches, I found that students and laypersons often resonated with the laments of Jeremiah, Job, and the psalms as well as the reflective character of the book of Ecclesiastes.