Job (religious figure)
Job (/ˈdʒoʊb/; Hebrew: אִיּוֹב,  Iyyov,  ʾIyyôḇ) is the central character of the Book of Job in the Bible. Job (Arabic: أيّوب, Ayyūb‎) is considered a prophet in the Abrahamic Reli...
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Job in rabbinic literature
Allusions in rabbinic literature to the Biblical character Job, the object of sufferings and tribulations in the Book of Job, contain various expansions, elaborations and inferences beyond what is pre...
Job in Islamic literature
Job (Arabic: أيّوب, Ayyūb‎) is considered a prophet in Islam and is mentioned in the Qur'an. Job's story in Islam is similar to the Hebrew Bible story; but in Islam, the emphasis is paid o...
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Job in Islam
Job (Arabic: أيّوب, Ayyūb‎) is considered a prophet in Islam and is mentioned in the Qur'an. Job's story in Islam is similar to the Hebrew Bible story; but in Islam, the emphasis is paid o...
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Job (biblical figure)
Job (/ˈdʒoʊb/; Hebrew: אִיּוֹב,  Iyyov,  ʾIyyôḇ) is the central character of the Book of Job in the Bible. Job (Arabic: أيّوب, Ayyūb‎) is considered a prophet in the Abrahamic Reli...
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Silverlock
Silverlock is a novel by John Myers Myers published in 1949. The novel's settings and characters, aside from the protagonist, are all drawn from history, mythology, and other works of literature.In 19...
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Jemima (Bible)
Jemima (also written Jemimah, Hebrew: יְמִימָה‎, Yemimah) was the oldest of the three beautiful daughters of Job, named in the Bible as given to him in the later part of his life, after God ...
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Answer to Job
Answer to Job (German: Antwort auf Hiob) is a 1952 book by Carl Gustav Jung that addresses the moral, mythological and psychological implications of the Book of Job. It was first published in Engl...
Tomb of Job
The Tomb of Job is the alleged burial site of Job. It is located in the hills overlooking the city of Salalah in Oman's Dhofar region. Another claimed location for the Tomb of Job is in the city of Ur...
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Book of Job in Byzantine illuminated manuscripts
There are fourteen known Byzantine manuscripts of the Book of Job dating from the 9th to 14th centuries- as well as a post-Byzantine codex illuminated with cycle of miniatures. The quantity of Job ill...
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Bildad
Bildad (Hebrew: בִּלְדַּד‎ Bildaḏ, "Bel has loved"), the Shuhite, was one of Job's three friends who visited the patriarch in the Hebrew Bible's Book of Job. He was a descendant of Shuah, son of...
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Job (novel)
Job (German: Hiob) is a 1930 novel by the Austrian writer Joseph Roth. It has the subtitle "The Story of a Simple Man" ("Roman eines einfachen Mannes"). It tells the story of an orthodox Jew whose...
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Keziah
Keziah is a person in the Hebrew Bible. She was the second of the three daughters born to Job after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Her elder sister was Jemima and her younger sister Keren-Happuch.A numbe...
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Book of Job
The Book of Job (/ˈdʒoʊb/; Hebrew: אִיוֹב Iyov) is one of the Writings (Ketuvim) of the Hebrew Bible, and the first poetic book in the Christian Old Testament. Addressing the theme of God's justice in...
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Testament of Job
The Testament of Job is a book written in the 1st century BC or the 1st century AD (thus part of a tradition often called "intertestamental literature" by Christian scholars). The earliest surviving m...
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Neostoicism
Neostoicism was a syncretic philosophical movement, joining Stoicism and Christianity.
Neostoicism was founded by Flemish humanist Justus Lipsius, who in 1584 presented its rules, expounded in his...
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Job's Wife
Job’s Wife is a play by Philip Begho, written in verse. It was the winner of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Drama Prize in 2002. It is an interpretation of the biblical Book of Job.
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Ludlul bēl nēmeqi
Ludlul bel nemeqi, I Will Praise the Lord of Wisdom, is a Mesopotamian poem (ANET, pp. 434–437) written in Akkadian that concerns itself with the problem of the unjust suffering of an afflicted m...
A Serious Man
A Serious Man is a 2009 dark comedy written, produced, edited and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. The film stars Michael Stuhlbarg as a Minnesota Jewish man whose life crumbles both professionally a...
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Job (Shea)
Job is a bronze sculpture, created by American artist Judith Shea. It is located on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus in Indianapolis, Indiana. The piece was created...
Eliphaz (Job)
Eliphaz (Hebrew: אֱלִיפָז‎ ’Ělîp̄āz, "El is pure gold") is called a Temanite (Job 4:1). He appears in the Book of Job in the Hebrew Bible.Eliphaz appears mild and modest; in his first reply to J...
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Zophar
In the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Book of Job, Zophar or Tzofar (צוֹפַר "Chirping; rising early", Standard Hebrew Tsofar, Tiberian Hebrew Ṣôp̄ar) the Naamathite is one of the three friends of Job who ...
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Elihu (Job)
Elihu (Hebrew: אֱלִיהוּא‎ ’Ělîhū) is a character in the Hebrew Bible's Book of Job. According to the Book of Job, Elihu is one of Job's friends, descended from Nahor (Job 32:2, 34:1). He is said...
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Jobab ben Zerah
Jobab ben Zerah was a king of ancient Edom, according to Genesis 36. He succeeded Bela ben Beor in the apparently elective kingship of the Edomites. He ruled from Bozrah. He was succeeded by Husham.Al...