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The psalmist grasps with remarkable acu14 14. Further, animals are "created," as in the harmonious masterpiece of Gen 1:1-2:43, in stead of being "formed," as are adam and the first woman in 2:7 and the animals themselves in 2:19. 26 Spirit in the Shadow of Death ity that a life abounding in praise and song is possible within the bound aries of disintegration and death. He will sing to the Lord as long as he lives; he will sing praise while he yet lives. Praise and song persevere de spite the intractability of death.
11); and 143:10. On the Hebrew scriptures and Judaism, see The Influence of the Holy Spirit, 16-21. With respect to Ju daism, Gunkel failed to take into consideration Philo Judaeus, for whom the spirit, when it is inbreathed, imparts the capacity for virtue. For brief but useful summaries in English of Gunkel's contributions, see Robert P. Menzies, The Development of Early Christian Pneumatology: with special reference to Luke-Acts. JSNTSup 54 (Sheffield: Sheffield Aca demic, 1991); Max Turner, Power from on High: The Spirit in Israel's Restoration and Witness in Luke-Acts.
Job reckons with the reality of pending, perhaps impending, death, when he knows that he will speak only "as long as" he has breath and spirit within him. Job, however, is not alone with his thoughts; there is an unwelcome character at the ash heap, alongside Job, who understands the reality of the spirit as well. Like Job, this strong-headed and disagreeable companion, Elihu, plays on the creation story: "The spirit of God has made me, and the breath of the Almighty gives me l i f e . . See, before God I am as you are; I too was formed from a piece of clay" (Job 33:4,6).
An Ancient Jewish Christian Source on the History of Christianity: Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1.27 71 by F. Stanley Jones, JONES