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Phil Notes11:30:10 - Phil 134 Book of Job begins with wager...

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Phil 134 11/30/10 Book of Job: begins with wager, ends with restoration. These are in prose. Everything in the middle are verse Structure: Job, Elephaz, Job, Bilbad, Job, Zofar, repeats, rando elyhoo speaks, and last part before restoration has 2 speeches by God, a final response by Job. Elyhoo stuck in? Wager ste up in two stages: the accuser arrives on the scene, Satan basically, saying I’ve been roaming around checking out the world. And God asks have you seen Job my servant who’s great? And accuser says he’s great because you make it easy for him to be thankful and pious to you, but take away your blessings and he’ll curse your face! So takes cattle, money, children, and doesn’t curse God Then accuser says you’ve left his body in tact, he’s still healthy, so take that away! Inflict pain on him! So god puts him in his hands and just says spare his life Then he passes, God heals and gives double cattle and gives him better kids! First thing he says God damn the day I was born! (Job) This theme recurs in the
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course PHIL 134 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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Phil Notes11:30:10 - Phil 134 Book of Job begins with wager...

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