BookofJobStudyGuide

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Book of Job Study Guide CC101 Discussion Questions 1. How is Job first presented to the reader? Is a connection between his moral decency and his wealth implied? How? 2. Does the story also imply that misfortune is the result of one’s moral decline or failure to satisfy God? 3. The word “Satan” means “ the adversary” or “the prosecutor” rather than “the devil.” What is the adversary’s role? Is he right to say that Job only fears God in order to prosper? It is possible to be good with no ulterior motives, to love God without expectations? 4. What does Job lose in the test of his patience? 5. Rather than direct his anger at God, Job prefers to curse what? Is he indirectly cursing God? 6. What does “light” signify at 3:20 and 3:23? 7. Does Eliphaz believe that Job is innocent or guilty? Why? 8. If no “mortal man” can be truly righteous, why aren’t all men tormented like Job? 9. Do the “comforters” comfort Job? Do they comfort themselves? How?
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