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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • Job. We cannot, however, rightly understand the wonderful tragedy
    • We are told that Job, albeit he was a righteous
    • a manner that Job might well have doubted whether indeed the
    • Matters went to such a length that Job’s wife could not
    • (Job ii, 9.) What is the underlying meaning of this significant
    • the living course of evolution. The friends of Job could not
    • circumstances, for he can only say that Job, who was thus
    • depicted in the book of Job there is, as it were, an echo of the

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