A Layman’s Guide To Ecclesiastes
An Inquiring Mind Looks At Life
The book of Ecclesiastes was written three thousand years ago, but it reads like it was written for twenty-first-century men and women. Why don’t pleasure and wealth bring lasting satisfaction? Is life really worth the hassle? No matter what you accomplish or how wise you are, isn’t the end game always the same—death? A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes helps you work through these and other questions the author of Ecclesiastes ponders.
A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes differs from other books on Ecclesiastes. It is written from a layman’s point of view; the author is an astronomer, who nevertheless has gained a deep appreciation for Ecclesiastes during his fifteen-year period of study. A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes is not restricted to one point of view on a passage. The author presents his view but also includes the thoughts of other commentators covering a wide spectrum of interpretations, so that you can come to a solid understanding of the issues on your own.
Young or old, skeptic or believer, wise or searching for wisdom, let A Layman’s Guide to Ecclesiastes assist your search for understanding in your life experiences, whether they are mundane, extraordinary, or seemingly inexplicable.
- WestBow Press, September 2012
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