God returns. Will his excuse satisfy Job?
I find it interesting that the Bible references the Pleiades (the seven sisters) and Orion, two entities of ancient Greece. I had no idea that greek gods had entered into mythology this early.
So, God comes back and gets angry (at least that's the voice I read it in) that Job and friends were getting all philosophical.
God: Did you create the heaven and earth?
God: Can you pull up the corners of the Earth and shake off the evil people?
Eliphaz: You can do that? Then why did you destroy all life with a great flood then?
God: Shut up Eli! You owe Job a bunch of cows and sheep for questioning me!
God: Can you catch sea serpents with a hook thru the nose? No, you can't, so don't question my actions when I do horrible things for no apparent reason. Job, I'm going to make it up to you by bringing your kids and slaves back to life. And they're all going to give you money. And if you act now I'll throw in an extra three really hot daughters. What do you say?
Job: Thanks, but I kind of enjoyed the peace and quite. Can you just remove the boils from my body? And maybe kill my wife?
God: No. Take it or leave it. I'm busy, I have to create some songs about how great me and my people are and then get people to write them down for future generations. I think I'll call it Rap.
Job: Rap sounds so harsh. It fits your personality but you should call it something that rolls off the tongue, like... salms.
God: I like that. Except we have to spell it funky so I look hip. We'll spell it Psalms. We cool Job?
Job: For shizzle ma nizzle!