october 5 - its a summery of a chapter for a myth class

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Yana Maydel October 5, 2009 The main point of “The Book of Job” is to explain how God answered Job when he doubted God’s intentions. In this excerpt of the bible God is asking Job about how the world is created in order to show Job that he should not be questioning Gods intentions. God questions Job’s knowledge of the world and asks him in a very taunting way about how the world works. By the end of God’s questioning Job realizes how wrong he was to question God and turns away from God in shame and repents. “Therefore I despise myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Sprout 133). I am the kind of a person that needs more of a direct answer. I feel that Job gave up to quickly and if it were me, even though it’s God, I would question him some more in order to get a more direct answer from him I don’t think I would have taken it for face value. The main point of “Chapter 8:22-31” is to describe how important wisdom is in life. This story personifies wisdom and is told from wisdom’s point of view. Wisdom speaks about how it
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october 5 - its a summery of a chapter for a myth class

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