And Ecclus., but not in Eccles.), in accordance with the Hebrew view, which regards all human powers as bestowed directly by God; it is identified with the fear of God (Job xxviii.
2-4) and Ecclus., are not interested in the question and ignore it; Agur's agnosticism (Prov.
ECCLESIASTICUS (abbreviated to Ecclus.), the alternative title given in the English Bible to the apocryphal book otherwise called "The Wisdom of Jesus the son of Sirach."
Elijah is the "prophet as fire" (Ecclus, xlviii.
It is the companion of God in His creative work, itself created before the world; in Ecclus.
Shechem, the famous city of the Samaritans ("the foolish nation," Ecclus.
14), and distinguished ancestors (Ecclus.
The Yahweh addresses in Job, and Ecclus.
Adam, like Satan in Ecclus.