Answered By: Gloria Korsman
Last Updated: Aug 05, 2015     Views: 82

I used Strong’s Concordance to determine the Hebrew word translated as “redeemer” in Job.   You will find entry for gā’al  in Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (REF BS440.B5713 v.2).

I also selected a few citations from the ATLA Religion Database that may interest you:

Title: Belief, desire and wish in Job 19:23-27 - clues for the identity of Job's "redeemer"

Author(s): Clines, David J A.

Source: "Wünschet Jerusalem Frieden" p 363-370. Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang, 1988

ISBN: 3820498877

Subjects: Bible. Job 3-37; Hebrew language--Terms--Goʼel

Scripture Citation: Job 19:23-27

 

Title: Does my redeemer live or is my redeemer the living God : some reflections on the translation of Job 19,25.

Author(s): Holman, Jan

Source: Book of Job p 377-381. Louvain : Leuven Univ Pr ; Peeters, 1994 View Source Record

ISBN: 9061866227

Subjects: Bible. Job 3-37; Bible. Old Testament --Translating

Scripture Citation: Job 19:25

 

Title: 'I know that my redeemer liveth': a note on Job 19:25 & 26

Author(s): Trudinger, L Paul

Source:  Downside Review 124 no 436 Jl 2006, p 223-227.

ISSN: 0012-5806

Subjects: Bible. Job 3-37; Bible. Job --Theology; Suffering--Biblical teaching

Scripture Citation: Job 19:25-26

 

I hope this helps!

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