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By Jeffrey Boss

Human cognizance of God is the 1st statement at the e-book of activity to track Job's dating with God in a piece of common sprituality. crucial - and exact - point in Jeffrey Boss' procedure is his exam of task from a mental point of view. but the paintings additionally takes under consideration the background of interpretation of the publication, giving due realization to questions surrounding the text's coherence, authorship and provenance.

It is, even as, a useful new observation at the Hebrew Masoretic textual content of task. The e-book opens with an advent permitting these unusual with the e-book of activity, or with contemporary scholarship to understand it and have interaction with it. Then follows the total observation which pulls awareness to the advance of Job's personality and his dating with God. eventually the writer provides his conclusions following the interact with a close bibliography.

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45 In v. 5 Job opens with J=H , a word which in scripture expresses uncertainty about a past event, a point made by Tur-Sinai (1967). 46 The Hebrew for bless is commonly taken as a euphemism for curse, as by Rashi and Ibn Ezra, both in Miqraot Gedolot (1960), and ¿de Reichert (1958), but it can refer to a blessing of departure or dismissal (Buber 1977: 191). ”48 So it is that the opening of the book of Job depicts a man of considerable development, “shunning evil” not simply in the form of his actions, but from the depth of his life, lived in the awareness of the divine presence.

Nachmanides, believing in the transmigration of souls, considered that the righteous suffer and the wicked prosper because of deeds in a previous life; see Preschel 1972. 20 The four blows entail the deaths of Job’s children and almost all his servants. The use of their deaths as a blow against Job is a poetic device. We are not invited to be interested in their persons or biographies. This has attracted attention. Wolfers (1995: 140) argues that these deaths are allegorical, while Leaman (1995: 60) notes the possible effect of the misfortune of a member of a family on another member.

Gen. 23, and the use of the same Hebrew word ()4 ) for bone and self. ” According to Rosenthal (1943: 167205), Saadya explains the word for spare here as equivalent to “keep yourself from [his life],” as in Exod. 12; cf. Josh. 13. 36 Greenberg 1980: xviii. 37 Eaton 1985: 41-42. 38 Wolfers (1995: 201-8) has an extended discussion on this point. 39 Toynbee 1972: 100-101. 40 The precise meaning of the Hebrew word for the disease is uncertain. 42 It is in reply to his wife43 that Job next shows acceptance of his suffering.

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