ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This monograph is a slightly revised version of a doctoral dissertation presented to the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in the fall of 2008. I wish to thank the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, along with fellow doctoral students who sharpened my thinking in seminars and hallway conversations. I am especially grateful to my major professor and dissertation supervisor, Mark Rooker, for his oversight of my project and his encouragement in approving my exploration into the world of Qohelet. My thanks are also extended to my colleagues and the administration of Liberty University, who over the years provided a flexible working environment while I pursued doctoral studies and the writing of this monograph. Their encouragement and support provided the environment needed to bring this work to fruition. Finally, to my wife Jessil, for her encouragement in my doctoral program and pursuing this work for publication, I am eternally grateful.
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