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JOB: REPENTANT OR REBELLIOUS?

@inproceedings{Newell2004JOBRO,
  title={JOB: REPENTANT OR REBELLIOUS?},
  author={Brittany L Newell and Kathryn Anne Fullerton and Carl Gustav Jung and David A. Robertson},
  year={2004}
}
ALTHOUGH differing in their views about a number of issues with regard to the Book of Job, m general scholars have agreed that Job's replies to Yahweh in 40:4-5 and 42:2-6 indicate that Job repented, or at least relented and changed his attitude. Even scholars such as K. Fullerton, C. G. Jung, and D. A. Robertson, who reject the possibility that Job could have repented, never. theless agree that 42:2-6 in particular indicates that he did. K. Fullerton maintains that 42:2-6 is absolutely opposed… 
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