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Coping With Change - Ecclesiastes (Kaiser)

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Ecclesiastes is a book filled with good news for those struggling to make sense of what is happening in life. Why does man madly pursue one thing and then another without meaning? True joy comes from the Lord himself, and for the one who has learned to fear God and keep his commandments, all of life holds purpose and delight. In Coping with Change, noted theologian Walter Kaiser mines the riches of Ecclesiastes to reveal the source of true joy.

Table of Contents:

  1. Enjoying Life as a Gift from God
  2. Understanding the All-encompassing Plan of God
  3. Explaining and Applying the Plan of God
  4. Removing Discouragements to the Plan of God 



Dr Walter C Kaiser Jr. is Colman M. Mockler Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and President Emeritus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. One of the world's premier biblical scholars he is a frequent speaker at conferences and has written more than 30 books.



"Perhaps the most helpful feature of Kaiser's treatment is that he believes the book has a discernible plan and a traceable argument and that Qoheleth was not a cynical old goat who drank Drano or vinegar for breakfast. That makes a difference in the way you understand Ecclesiastes. Buy your own copy and find out how." - Dale Ralph Davis ~ Well respected author and Bible expositor

"Ecclesiastes is a wisdom writing from ancient Israel but there is no book more relevant for our postmodern world today. Dr. Walter Kaiser, one of our best biblical scholars, has given us a lively commentary on this part of God's Word, one that will help us face today's changing world with integrity and faithfulness." - Timothy George ~ Founding Dean of Beeson Divinity School, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama

"Walt Kaiser's Coping with Change walks us through the book of Ecclesiastes, functioning like a scholarly tour guide through the mind of a man who had seen and done and achieved it all--and has realized that everything is a "mist" without God." - Owen Strachan ~ Assistant Professor of Christian Theology and Church History, Boyce College, Louisville, Kentucky

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