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The divine sabotage : an exegetical and theological study of Ecclesiastes 3

@inproceedings{Lioy2008TheDS,
  title={The divine sabotage : an exegetical and theological study of Ecclesiastes 3},
  author={Dan T. Lioy},
  year={2008}
}
The author uses the concept of the ""divine sabotage"" as a starting point for an exegetical and theological study of Ecclesiastes 3. He notes that on the one hand, God has ""set eternity in the human heart"" (v. 11). Yet, on the other hand, ""no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end"". The author explains that God has imposed limitations on the human race that undermine their efforts to look beyond the present-especially to understand the past and probe into the future… Expand

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