Job 29–31 (Job’s Final Discourse) with Edward Greenstein

Dr. Edward L. Greenstein (Bar Ilan University) guides us through Job’s final discourse in Job 29–31. We discuss a number of things, including: Job’s commitment to doing justice (and implicit accusation against for not doing likewise), his oath of innocence, and the passage’s connection to other biblical texts and the role those connections play in translation.

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Ed Greenstein recommends:

  • reading the book of Job!

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