Job 38–41 (The Divine Speeches) with William P. Brown

Dr. William P. Brown (Columbia Theological Seminary) guides us through the wonders of the divine speeches in Job. We discuss a number of things, including: the speeches’ anti-creational move from order to chaos, the connection between creation and God’s covenant name, the whirlwind-like “logophany” of God’s words, the nature of God’s rebuke, its use of rhetorical questions, God’s care for and pride in the animals that appear, Behemoth and Leviathan, and Job’s response.

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