The book of Job is one of the most famous books of the Old Testament - Copy

The book of Job is one of the most famous books of the Old Testament - Copy

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I. The first chapter may suggest that Satan is responsible for Job’s misery, but for Job and  those with whom he argues there is no doubt that responsibility rests with God (9:24: “if it is  not He, who then is it?”).  What is Job’s initial reaction to his suffering in Chapter 3?  II. Chapter 4 introduces the reader to the first of Job’s detractors, Eliphaz the Temanite.   What does Eliphaz suggest is the reason for Job’s suffering?  Paraphrase two or three  verses to make your point.  We discussed in class the Covenant between the Hebrews and  Yahweh.  How does Eliphaz illustrate the nature of the Covenant in Chapter 5?  Job utterly  rejects Eliphaz’s argument that he has done something to deserve God’s punishment.   When Job cries out in 6:24, “Teach me and I will be silent; make me understand how I have  erred,” what is he asking? III. The next detractor, Bildad the Shuhite, is far more direct than Eliphaz.  What does he say 
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