The following articles are related to the topic of BEHEMOTH
In the concluding portion of the book of Job, God introduces, as an example of his power, the great creature, Behemoth. What was this great creature? Wayne Jackson discusses the various theories offered by way of identification.
Some scholars suggest that “behemoth,” as portrayed in the book of Job, was some species of ancient dinosaur. Others claim that such cannot be the case since Job’s “behemoth” had a “navel” (40:16 KJV), and dinosaurs were egg-layers. What are the facts?
Was there ever a time when men and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time? What does the evidence indicate?
Job serves world-over as an example of perseverance despite limited knowledge. But when that knowledge is, “The Lord is compassionate and merciful,” it is enough.
Jehovah’s questioning of the patriarch Job demonstrates the futility of criticizing our Creator.
The Book of Job is one of the most magnificent documents of literary history. This treatise may be studied from several vantage points. One of these is to examine some of the penetrating questions that are posed in the book. In this month’s Feature, Wayne Jackson explores some of these queries.
This article discusses the possibility of “leviathan,” mentioned in Job, chapter 41.