Job and the Disruption of Identity: Reading Beyond Barth

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A&C Black, Dec 8, 2005 - Religion - 204 pages
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IntroductionPart I The Problem of Obedience: Barth on JobChapter 1Barth's Job as Both Right and Wrong Chapter 2Obedience as Self-Examination: Barth on the Story of the Rich Man Part II Does Job Fear God for Naught? A Rereading of JobChapter 3The Prose Narrative: Transforming PietyChapter 4The Poem4.1. The Dialogue: Testing Integrity4.2. The Whirlwind Speeches: Encountering Creation Part III God, Job and JusticeChapter 5Calling God to AccountChapter 6An Integrity Beyond the Law Part IV The Disruption and Transformation of the SelfChapter 7The Problem of Obedience RevisitedChapter 8 Epilogue: Self, Society and World Bibliography

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Dr. Susannah Ticciati is Lecturer in Systematic Theology at King's College London. She previously studied mathematics and theology at Peterhouse, Cambridge. She has also studied at the University of Göttingen and is an active member of the Society of Scriptural Reasoning.

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