The book of Job, which deals with deep-seated conflict between the integrity of God and the integrity of man and belongs to a group of writings known as wisdom literature, surpasses any of its known Babylonian or Egyptian forerunners in the beauty of its poetic discourses and in its insight.
About the Author
Norman C. Habel
is Professorial Fellow at Flinders University and atAdelaide College of Divinity in Australia.
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