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M. BIČ, Le juste et l'impie dans le livre de Job

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The literature on the book of Job and his problem became, so to speak, immeasurable in its interpretation of the subjective views of scholars argue in a degree which exceeds the usual for other veteran testamentary books. This chapter discovers the design of the book of Job. In the substitution Job's suffering has in common with the suffering of the Davidic psalmist and also with the suffering of the Savior. In this case it would be as a general and human wisdom authenticated by the pain, but that has nothing specifically Jewish. Indeed, such compositions from different cultural orbits of the Ancient Near East are known in large numbers. In the substitution Job's suffering has in common with the suffering of the Davidic psalmist and also with the suffering of the Savior.

Keywords: book of Job; Savior; Davidic psalmist; human wisdom

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