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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE 'HAND ON THE MOUTH' GESTURE IN JOB XL 4

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Contrary to the prevailing assumption that the Book of Job concludes with Job 'putting his hand on his mouth', a better understanding of the meanings of this gesture and of its relation to the rhetoric of the Book of Job, provides a vital clue towards a better understanding of the purpose of the second divine speech and the meaning of the Book of Job.

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2002-01-01
2017-04-25

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