Eliphaz begins the third cycle of speeches, insisting that Job’s suffering is proof that he has sinned, and so urges him to humble himself and repent.
- Was Eliphaz convinced by Job’s arguments (vv. 4–11)?
- Eliphaz judges Job’s spiritual status from his physical experience. Is that wise? Why?
- Is verse 29 true? Does one or two true statements make everything else that is said right?