Table of contents for Out of the whirlwind : creation theology in the Book of Job / Kathryn Shifferdecker.

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Table of Contents 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS	
ABBREVIATIONS	
INTRODUCTION	
Previous Interpretations of the Divine Speeches	
An Overview	
Excursus: The Date of the Book of Job
	
CHAPTER 1 CREATION THEOLOGY IN JOB 1/37	 
Prologue (Chapters 1/2)	
Job's First Lament (Chapter 3)	
Poetic Dialogue (Chapters 4-27)	 
The Wisdom Poem (Chapter 28)	
Job's Final Speech (Chapters 29/31)	
Elihu's Speech (Chapters 32/37)	
"What Is Humanity?"	
CHAPTER 2 CREATION THEOLOGY IN THE DIVINE SPEECHES 	
The Establishment of Creation	
Procreation	
What Is Humanity?	
The Divine Speeches and Other Biblical Creation Accounts	
Conclusions	
CHAPTER 3 THE DIVINE SPEECHES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE BOOK OF JOB	
Job's Response and the Epilogue	
The Problem of Divine Justice	
Conclusions	
Postscript: Ecological Implications of Job's Creation Theology	
APPENDIX: TRANSLATION AND COMMENTARY	
Job 38	
Textual Notes	
Commentary	
Job 39	
Textual Notes	
Commentary	
Job 40	
Textual Notes	
Commentary	
Job 41	
Textual Notes	
Commentary	
Job 42	
Textual Notes	
Commentary	
BIBLIOGRAPHY 	
INDEX	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Creation -- Biblical teaching.
Bible. O.T. Job -- Theology.
Bible. O.T. Job -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.