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720c5d9bec 42 The late 14th century Scottish theologian scribed the "commentary on the book of Job" to defend the doctrines of natural theology against criticisms that it was incompatible with Biblical revelation. In this work, he asserts that creation is a logical truth grounded in Divine wisdom and necessity, and insists that evil is a physical experience of pain rather than an intellectual concept. This commentary has been important for Western Christian theology for centuries because it addresses a variety of significant issues including creation ex nihilo, God's omnipotence, human free will and its effect on sin, good and evil as properties inherent in some body rather than ways in which one perceives or differentiates between these concepts. These aspects of the commentary have been discussed by a variety of different theologians, including Aquinas. In addition to this commentary, William Barclay translated from the original Hebrew and Greek several other theological treatises as well as New Testament Books. The "Gospel of Matthew" was translated from the original Greek in 1937 and the "Gospel of Luke" was translated from the original Greek in 1941. The "Epistle to the Romans" was translated from the original Latin in 1947 and published as a second edition in 1951. The book entitled "Genesis: An Introduction and Commentary" is a translation into English of a German work by Peter H Schmidt called Genesis Nineteen-Forty Two. The text was translated into English by William Barclay. The work was published by the Westminster Press, London, in 1958 (). This work is based upon the translation of Genesis by JE Smith published in 1896. The first draft of this translation was completed by Schmidt in 1952 (he died before it was sent to the press). A revised draft was completed in 1956 and it is this draft that Barclay based his final translation. This book deals with Genesis chapters 1-11; 12-36; 37-50; and it deals with Genesis as a whole. The first section deals with what he calls "the narrative" (chapters 1-11). The second section deals with the "law" (chapters 12-36) In the introduction, which is a translation of Schmidt's introduction, Barclay examines Schmidt's doctrine concerning source criticism. In chapter 12 he deals with the use of the word "Elohim" which means gods and in chapter 15 he deals with the covenant which Genesis mentions between God and Noah. In chapter 17 he deals with Abraham and in chapter 21 and 22, Jacob (also called Israel). He then moves on to chapter 25 to deal with Joseph and ends his commentary on Genesis there. Chapter 28 deals with Moses and chapter 36 deals with Joshua. In chapter 38 he deals with Judges and in chapter 40 he discusses Ruth. In the second part of the book, "Genesis, A Commentary", he begins by discussing Genesis as a whole and then moves on to a discussion of Genesis 1:1-2:4a. He then discusses the "scheme of creation" (chapter 3) and then moves on to a discussion of what he calls "the first narrative" (chapters 4-11). In chapters 14-15 he discuss the Law from chapter 12-36. In chapter 16 he talks about Deuteronomy as a whole and some issues concerning its composition.

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