Religion: God on the Air

That occasionally tedious oldster, Jehovah of the Old Testament, appears nowhere to greater advantage than in the Book of Job. Eloquent, thunderous, awesome, He speaks to Job from a whirlwind, reproves the moody, theatrical Jew in some of the most majestic questions ever posed. Out of many a U. S. radio two Sundays ago issued sounds of a wind machine and the voice of an actor impersonating God: Shall he who contendeth with the Almighty instruct him? . . . Wilt thou disannul my judgment, Job? Wilt thou condemn me, that thou mayest...

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