Title

Who is the Speaker in Job 24:18-24 and What Does He Mean?

Date of Award

7-1-2008

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Theology (Th.M)

Department

Exegetical Theology

Abstract

The first step to answering these questions, the aim of this paper, is to identify this author's assumptions. These may include, though they are not limited to, 1) the coherence of the final form of Job as a literary work,23 2) the MT as a reliable starting point for examination, 3) a "responsibility toward evidence" related to the methodology of historical criticism 24 and 4) that no one methodology, scholar or tradition ought to drown out the others, but that a broad survey of Joban scholarship will prove helpful to the task.

Comments

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