Beware of Behemoth and Leviathan

Lawrance Pang

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/BPTh.2013.005

Abstrakt


Mieć się na baczności przed Behemotem i Lewiatanem

Księga Hioba jest wyjątkową księgą Starego Testamentu, która w całości jest poświęcona cierpieniu – przy czym cierpienie Hioba jest tu paradygmatem. W Prologu i w Epilogu można dostrzec kilka różnych punktów widzenia odnośnie do cierpienia. Gdy chodzi o Boga, to wielu komentatorów uważa, że nie daje On żadnego rozwiązania dla problemu cierpienia (Hioba). Pang przekonuje, że w tekście zostaje ukazana Boża perspektywa odnośnie do tego zagadnienia. Jego zdaniem można ją wyczytać we fragmencie o Behemocie i Lewiatanie (40:15–41:34). Artykuł skupia się na tym właśnie fragmencie, eksponując inny – Boży – sposób podejścia do kwestii cierpienia.


Słowa kluczowe


Księga Hioba; mowy Jahwe; Behemot; Lewiatan; cierpienie

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