85. THE BOOK OF JOB AND THE TEMPLE OF JABUSIMBIL
 The Roman said: “Tell me: What do you think of the book Job? How do you like the dialogue between God and Job, and this between God and Satan? What are you saying about it and how do you explain this strange story?”
 Said the Pharisee: “This is again a question that cannot be answered by any reasonable person! What are you saying to your Icarion, to your Bacchus and to your Orpheus? Our Job never ever existed, and everything is a devout legend, written by an old seer who once wrote down his poetry with a morally dark luster as he understood things. We see in this an extremely
upright man to whom God Himself grants a lot. Firstly God lets Himself be persuaded that also this Job would fall if he, Satan, could tempt him. Then secondly He grants Satan the right to tempt Job’s patience in a most shameful manner, and this as long as finally the poor Job runs out of patience and he rebels against God. Then God sends him a speaker who reprimands the poor Job quite sharply; and when Job fully surrenders to the hard will of God, God again shows mercy on him.
 Now, who finds anything wise of a supposed to be wise God, must have lived during the times of this severely afflicted man! We read this story with weariness and declared it as Apocrypha already many years ago; since in this story lies just as little truth and wisdom as with your Atlas who continuously must carry the whole heaven on his shoulders, and one also cannot provide a reasonable answer for it.”
 The Roman said: “Now, now, you are truly well organized! Because you are too lazy to search, to think and to learn, you rather reject everything that does not fit your business! With one glance I found in Job the inner spiritual development of man, and you declare this as Apocrypha! Isn’t it clearly shown how the soul in time should separate from everything of the world and the flesh
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