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Reading Questions – “Jewish Wisdom Tradition:Proverbs and Job”The BASB annotated notes on Proverbs 7:1-27 interprets this passage as a warning against adultery and theseduction of a foreign woman.But if wisdom is personified as a faithful, good woman (see 4:5-9), what mightthe “strange/loose woman” of 7:1-27 be a personification of?
At one time, Proverbs 31:10-31 probably existed separately as a hymn/tribute to a virtuous or capable wife.Butnow as a conclusion to the book of Proverbs and especially in light of Proverbs 1—9, what does it communicateor mean?In other words, how does the book of Proverbs dictate or inform one’s reading about who or what is
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Suffering, Book of Job, Tanakh, Book of Proverbs, Ketuvim

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