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ECCLESIASTES: KOHELETH'S QUEST FOR LIFE'S MEANING

@inproceedings{Fields2007ECCLESIASTESKQ,
  title={ECCLESIASTES: KOHELETH'S QUEST FOR LIFE'S MEANING},
  author={Weston W. Fields},
  year={2007}
}
book of Ecclesiastes that the writer's own interest in the book was first stirred. The words of Koheleth are remarkably suited to the solution of questions and problems which arise for the Christian in the twentieth century. Indeed, the message of the book is so appropriate for the contemporary world, and the book so cogently analyzes the purpose and value of life, that he who reads it wants to study it; and he who studies it finds himself thoroughly attached to it: one cannot come away from… Expand
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