Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Ruth: Synoptic Outline



The two Parts of the book are:


I. Ruth’s wretched state, chapters 1, 2: in which are:

1. The sojourning of Elimelech, and the fidelity of Ruth towards her mother-in-law, Naomi: chapter 1.

2. The labor of Ruth, gathering ears in the field of Boaz: chapter 2.



II. Ruth’s happy state, chapters 3, 4: in which are:

1. The solicitation of Boaz, embracing Ruth: chapter 3.

2. The wedding of Boaz and Ruth: chapter 4.

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