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NICOT: Book of Proverbs, Chapters 15-31, the

Waltke, Bruce K. | 브루스 월트키
Eerdmans Publishing Co, WM. B.
2005-03-15
HB ?| 6.25 x 9.25 x 1.6 Inch| 1.09 kg| 628 pages| ISBN 9780802827760
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    GENERAL EDITOR'S PREFACE
    AUTHOR'S PREFACE
    ABBREVIATIONS

COMMENTARY
    1. COLLECTION IIB: THE LORD AND HIS KING (15:30?22:22)
      1. Prologue: The Dance between Humanity, the LORD, and His King (15:30?16:15)
        1. Introduction (15:30-33)
        2. The LORD's Rule (16:1-9)
          1. The LORD's Sovereignty and the Human's Responsibility (16:1-4a)
          2. The LORD's Morality and the Human's Accountability (16:4b-7)
          3. Conclusion (16:8-9)
        3. The Mediatorial King (16:10-15)
          1. The King's Authority (16:10-11)
          2. The King's Moral Sensibility (16:12-13)
          3. The King's Power (16:14-15)
      2. Wise and Foolish Speech (16:16-30)
        1. Introduction: Security in Wisdom (16:16-19)
        2. The Wise Speaker (16:20-24)
        3. The Foolish Speakers (16:25-30)
      3. The Splendid Crown of Old Age through Righteousness (16:31?17:6)
      4. A Collection of Proverbs on Fools (17:7-28)
        1. Janus: Catalogue of Fools Expanded (17:7-9)
        2. Fools and Their Punishment (17:10-15)
        3. The Fool versus the Friend (17:16-20)
        4. The Fool, Injustice, and the Reserved Speech of the Wise (17:21-28)
      5. The Speech of Fools versus the Speech of the Wise (18:1-21)
        1. The Fool's Antisocial Speech versus the Defense of the Righteous (18:1-11)
          1. The Fool's Antisocial Nature, Speech, and Destiny (18:1-9)
            1. Introduction: The Fool's Alienation from Society (18:1-3)
            2. Body: The Fool's Perverse Speech (18:4-8)
            3. Conclusion: The Fool Plunders the Community (18:9)
          2. The Defense of the Righteous in the LORD (18:10-11)
        2. Janus (18:12)
        3. The Educated Person's Behavior in Conflict and His Speech (18:13-21)
          1. Introduction: The Incorrigible Fool versus the Teachable Wise (18:13-15)
          2. Teachings about Justice and Conflicts (18:16-19)
          3. Teachings about the Power of Speech (18:20-21)
      6. Wealth and Wisdom in the Court and in the Home (18:22?19:23)
        1. Poverty, Wealth, and Companions (18:22?19:7)
          1. Introduction (18:22)
          2. Wealth and Failed Companions (18:23-24)
          3. Wealth and Ethics (19:1-3)
          4. Wealth and Companions in Court (19:4-7)
        2. Wisdom in the Court and in the Home (19:8-15)
          1. Introduction (19:8)
          2. Wisdom in the Court (19:9-12)
          3. Wisdom in the Home (19:13-15)
        3. Educating the Son to Show Kindness to the Needy (19:16-23)
          1. Introduction: Keep the Father's Commandment to Live (19:16)
          2. The LORD Will Reward Kindness to the Poor (19:17)
          3. Admonitions to the Father to Discipline His Son and the Hothead (19:18-19)
          4. Admonitions to the Son to Accept His Father's Discipline and Counsel (19:20-21)
          5. The Poor Desire Unfailing Kindness, Not Selfishness (19:22)
          6. Conclusion (19:23)
      7. The Pedagogue and Punishment of Fools (19:23?20:11)
        1. Introduction (19:23)
        2. A Catalogue of Fools and Their Punishment (19:24?20:11)
        3. The Righteous King and Fools (20:2-11)
          1. The Righteous King Roots Out All Evil (20:2-8)
          2. Justice Tempered by the Reality of Human Depravity (20:9-11)
      8. Speech and Commerce (20:12-19)
        1. Introduction and Janus (20:12-13)
        2. Body: Imprudent Speech in the Marketplace (20:14-17)
        3. Conclusion: Accepting Wise Counsel (20:18-19)
      9. Trusting the LORD to Avenge Wrongs through His Wise King (20:20-28)
        1. Introduction: Honoring Parents (20:20-21)
        2. Body: Trust God, Not Self, to Avenge Wrong (20:22-25)
        3. Conclusion: The King Judges the Wicked and Protects the Needy (20:26-28)
      10. Doing Righteousness and Justice (20:29?21:31)
        1. Twofold Introduction (20:29?21:2)
          1. Introduction: Education (20:29-30)
          2. The Framing Introduction: The LORD's Sovereignty (21:1-2)
        2. Body: On Doing Righteousness and Justice (21:3-29)
          1. Janus: The LORD's Desire for Righteousness and Justice (21:3)
          2. An Analysis of the Wicked Person's Pursuit of Wealth (21:4-8)
          3. Janus: The Contentious Wife (21:9)
          4. The Righteous Triumph over the Wicked (21:10-18)
          5. The Contentious Wife (21:19)
          6. The Endurance of the Righteous versus the Death of the Wicked (21:20-29)
        3. Conclusion: The LORD's Sovereignty over People and Kingdoms (21:30-31)
      11. Wealth and Moral Instruction (22:1-16)
        1. The LORD's Sovereignty and Wealth (22:1-9)
          1. Introduction: A Good Name Is Better than Wealth (22:1)
          2. The LORD's Sovereignty over Wealth and Human Accountability (22:2-4)
          3. Center: Educating Youth in the Right Way (22:5-6)
          4. The LORD Punishes the Rich and Rewards the Generous (22:7-9)
        2. Wealth and Moral Instruction (22:10-16)
          1. Introduction: The King's Friends (22:10-11)
          2. Body: The LORD Upholds Truth and Subverts Treacherous Words (22:12-14)
          3. Conclusion: Moral Instruction and Wealth (22:15-16)
  1. Collection III:
    The Thirty Sayings of the Wise (22:17?24:22)
    1. PROLOGUE: SAYING 1 (22:17-21)
      1. Motivating the Son to Hear (22:17-18)
      2. Center Line: Theological Motivation (22:19)
      3. The Father's Purpose (22:20-21)
    2. SECTION A: A DECALOGUE OF SAYINGS ABOUT WEALTH (22:22?23:11)
      1. Saying 2 (22:22-23)
      2. Saying 3 (22:24-25)
      3. Saying 4 (22:26-27)
      4. Saying 5 (22:28)
      5. Saying 6 (22:29)
      6. Saying 7 (23:1-3)
      7. Saying 8 (23:4-5)
      8. Saying 9 (23:6-8)
      9. Saying 10 (23:9)
      10. Saying 11 (23:10-11)
    3. SECTION B: AN OBEDIENT SON (23:12?24:2)
      1. Saying 12 (23:12)
      2. Saying 13 (23:13-14)
      3. Saying 14 (23:15-16)
      4. Saying 15 (23:17-18)
      5. Saying 16 (23:19-21)
      6. Saying 17 (23:22-25)
      7. Saying 18 (23:26-28)
      8. Appendix (23:29?24:2)
        1. Saying 19 (23:29-35)
        2. Saying 20 (24:1-2)
    4. SECTION C: STRENGTH IN DISTRESS (24:3-12)
      1. Saying 21 (24:3-4)
      2. Saying 22 (24:5-6)
      3. Saying 23 (24:7)
      4. Saying 24 (24:8-9)
      5. Saying 25 (24:10-12)
    5. SECTION D: PROHIBITIONS AGAINST INVOLVEMENT WITH THE WICKED (24:13-22)
      1. Saying 26 (24:13-14)
      2. Saying 27 (24:15-16)
      3. Saying 28 (24:17-18)
      4. Saying 29 (24:19-20)
      5. Saying 30 (24:21-22)
  2. Collection IV:
    Further Sayings of the Wise (24:23-34)
    1. SUPERSCRIPTION (24:23A)
    2. JUDGING AT COURT (24:23B-25)
    3. CORRECT SPEAKING (24:26)
    4. POSITIVE BEHAVIOR IN WORK (24:27)
    5. WRONG SPEAKING (24:28-29)
    6. NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR IN WORK (24:30-34)
      1. The Sluggard's Vineyard (24:29-31)
      2. Center Line: Observation and Reflection (24:32)
      3. The Lesson (24:33-34)
  3. Collection V:
    Solomon II (25:1?29:27)
    1. SUPERSCRIPTION (25:1)
    2. SECTION C (25:2?27:27)
      1. The Court Hierarchy and the Conflict of the Righteous and the Wicked (25:2-27)
        1. Introduction (25:2-5)
          1. God-King-Subject Hierarchy (25:2-3)
          2. The Conflict of the Righteous and the Wicked in Court (25:4-5)
        2. A Decalogue of Proverbs for Courtiers (25:6-15)
          1. Admonitions for Courtiers (25:6-10)
          2. Sayings for Courtiers (25:11-15)
        3. General Human Conflicts (25:16-26)
          1. Resolving Conflicts (25:16-22)
          2. Unexpected Conflicts (25:23-26)
        4. Conclusion (25:27)
      2. Seven Perverted Types of Humanity (25:28?26:28)
        1. Janus (25:28)
        2. The Fool (26:1-12)
          1. Introduction (26:1-3)
          2. Body (26:4-10)
          3. Conclusion (26:11-12)
        3. The Sluggard (26:13-16)
        4. Four Kinds of Troublemakers (26:17-28)
          1. The Busybody and the Mischief Maker (26:17-19)
          2. The Slanderer (26:20-22)
          3. The Hateful Enemy (26:23-28)
            1. The Enemy's Deception (26:23-25)
            2. The Enemy's Destruction (26:26-28)
      3. About Friends and Friendship (27:1-22)
        1. First Instructions on Friends and Friendships (27:1-10)
        2. Second Instructions on Friends and Friendships (27:11-21)
        3. Janus (27:22)
      4. Caring for "Flocks and Herds" (27:23-27)
        1. The Admonition: "Know Your Flocks" (27:23)
        2. Substantiation (27:24-27)
    3. SECTION D (28:1?29:27)
      1. A Relationship to tora as a Measure for Ruling and Gaining Wealth (28:1-11)
        1. Introductory Framing Proverb (28:1)
        2. First Subunit: tora and Righteous Government (28:2-6)
        3. Second Subunit: tora and Righteous Government (28:7-11)
      2. The Importance of One's Relationship with God for Ruling and Gaining Wealth (28:12-27)
        1. Introductory Framing Proverb (28:12)
        2. The LORD and the Ruler (28:13-18)
        3. Wealth by Hard Work versus Haste (28:19-24)
        4. Wealth by Trust in the LORD and Generosity versus Stinginess (28:25-27)
        5. Concluding Framing Proverb (28:28)
      3. Center Line: Sudden Death for the Hard-hearted (29:1)
      4. Rearing and Ruling Proved Worthwhile in Dealing with the Poor (29:2-15)
        1. Introductory Framing Proverb (29:2)
        2. Joy and Stability through Righteousness (29:3-6)
        3. Janus (29:7)
        4. Peace through Righteousness (29:8-15)
      5. Rearing and One's Relationship with God (29:16-27)
        1. Introductory Framing Proverb (29:16)
        2. Necessity of Discipline (29:17-21)
        3. Spiritually Inferior Types of People versus Those Who Trust in the LORD (29:22-26)
        4. Concluding Framing Proverb (29:27)
  4. Collection VI:
    The Sayings of Agur Son of Jakeh (30:1-33)
    1. INTRODUCTION (30:1-9)
      1. Superscription (30:1a)
      2. Agur's Autobiographical Confession (30:1b-9)
        1. His Inability and Ability to Attain Wisdom (30:1b-6)
        2. Agur's Petitions for Truthfulness and Modesty (30:7-9)
    2. MAIN BODY: SEVEN NUMERICAL SAYINGS (30:10-31)
      1. First Unit: Renouncing Greed (30:10-16)
        1. Single-Line Proverb: The Slandered Slave's Curse (30:10)
        2. Three Numerical Sayings without Initial Title Lines (30:11-16)
          1. The Greedy Generation (30:11-14)
          2. The Leech (30:15a)
          3. Four Insatiables (30:15b-16)
      2. Second Unit: The Wisdom of Living within Boundaries (30:17-31)
        1. Single-Line Proverb: The Ignominious End of the Rebellious Child (30:17)
        2. Four Numerical Sayings with Verse-Initial Title Lines (30:18-31)
          1. Four Awesome Ways and the Awful Way of the Adulteress (30:18-20)
          2. Four Upside-down Social Situations (30:21-23)
          3. Four Wee but Wise Beasties (30:24-28)
          4. Four Stately Marchers (30:29-31)
    3. CONCLUSION: A WARNING NOT TO UPSET THE DIVINE ORDER (30:32-33)
  5. Collection VII:
    The Sayings of Lemuel (31:1-31)
    1. SUPERSCRIPTION (31:1)
    2. THE NOBLE KING (31:2-9)
    3. THE VALIANT WIFE (31:10-31)
      1. Introduction (31:10-12)
      2. Body (31:13-27)
        1. Her Sources of Revenue (31:13-18)
        2. Janus (31:19)
        3. Her Production (31:20-27)
      3. Conclusion (31:28-31)
INDEXES
  1. Subjects
  2. Authors
  3. Scripture References
  4. Selected Hebrew Words and Phrases
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Waltke brings to bear a lifetime of learning and expertise as a world authority on Hebrew grammar. His theological approach is conservative evangelical and intended to serve the Christian pulpit and laity.

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