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40 Minutes In The Old Testament

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Now displaying: February, 2024
Feb 19, 2024

Eliphaz finishes his argument and Job responds. Job remains concrete in his position that if God would only hear him, his suffering would come to an end. Some people commit great evil, but Job is not among them. And Job looks and sounds like Jesus. Have a listen.

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Feb 9, 2024

Job continues his response to the empty nothings of his friends. Eliphaz has a strange theology of a God that only looks for people to punish and resorts to slander and lies against Job to make his argument. Have a listen. 

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Feb 1, 2024

Zophar answers Job by repeating the same argument in different words. The theology of Job’s friends is simplistic and can’t do anything with suffering. Job responds by pointing to the obvious fact that wicked people don’t always suffer... they prosper. Have a listen.

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