The Book of Job and the Fear of God

@article{Wilson1995TheBO,
  title={The Book of Job and the Fear of God},
  author={Lindsay Wilson},
  journal={Tyndale Bulletin},
  year={1995}
}
Summary This article studies the function of the ‘fear of God’ idea in the book of Job. It is argued that, despite the difference in terminology, the ‘fear of God’ is equivalent to the ‘fear of the LORD’ concept of Proverbs. The location of the motif in the final form of the book of Job suggests that the ‘fear of God’ is not being proposed as the answer to Job’s dilemma. Rather, Job is one who maintains his ‘fear of God’ throughout the book, yet is left with his questions and suffering. The… 
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The Elihu Speeches In Elihu’s speeches (chapters 32-37), the idea of ‘fearing God
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