Job 32–37 (Elihu) with Dominick Hernández
Dr. Dominick S. Hernández (Talbot School of Theology) guides us through Elihu’s Speeches in Job 32–37. We discuss a number of issues in this text, including: whether these chapters are a later addition, Elihu’s contribution to the book, whether his words are reliable, his appeal to revelation, his misquotations of Job, and his anticipation of the divine speeches.
RELEVANT WORKS BY DOMINICK HERNÁNDEZ
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THIS EPISODE’S BLURBS
Dominick Hernández recommends:
Greenstein, Edward. Job: A New Translation. Yale University Press, 2019.
Hawley, Lance R. Metaphor Competition in the Book of Job. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2018.
His blog post, “From Hippies to the Hood: How the Jesus People Movement Changed my Life.”
OTHER BOOKS AND ARTICLES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Janzen, J. Gerald. Job. Interpretation. John Knox Press, 1985.
Smith, Cooper. Allusive and Elusive: Allusion and the Elihu Speeches of Job 32–37. Brill, 2022.
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