16 February 2006


A couple of weeks ago I began a class on the Book of Job, taught by Dr. Gregory Mobley. I have always liked the book of Job, maybe because it read more like a play than any other biblical book, maybe because it seems like a work on constructive theology; the speeches by the friends, Job and God all show how theological work is done -that is if you believe theological thoughts emerge mainly from arguments rather than agreements. I would have to believe the arugment clause, that seems where most baptistic thoughts came from.

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