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Leviathan - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... described in the direct words of God in the 41st chapter of Job. It is surprising that most modern expositors call this animal merely a crocodile. Our text plainly calls it a “piercing serpent . . . the dragon that is in the...
Dragons in Paradise - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - also Psalm 74:14; 104:26). It was described by God Himself in Job 41:1-34 as a fearsome, fire-breathing (v. 21) monster whose scaly hide (vv. 15-17) could not be pierced with sword or spear (vv. 7, 26-29). God also described a huge land dragon...
Job 41:34: children of pride - Study Note
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... two great reptiles, behemoth and leviathan, were brought to Job’s attention to suggest that the great Serpent was the cause of his sufferings. God was well able to defeat Satan. Furthermore, if God was so careful to provide for all the...
Jonah 4:11: cattle - Study Note
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... (Matthew 10:29). Most of God’s remarkable monologue to Job, for example, deals with His providential care of the animal kingdom (Job 38:39–41:34). ...
Dragons in Paradise - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Psalm 74: 14; 104: 26). It was described by God Himself in Job 41:1-34 as a fearsome, fire-breathing (v.21) monster whose scaly hide (vs.15-17) could not be pierced with sword or spear (vs.7,26-29). God also described a huge land dragon called a...
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