The historically verifiable facts are extremely scanty, and the little biographically valid material that exists is not sufficient for us to create out of it a consistent career or an even remotely probable character. Certain theologians have discovered the main reason for this in the fact that Christ's biography and psychology cannot be separated from eschatology. Eschatology means in effect that Christ is God and man at the same time and that he therefore suffers a divine as well as a human fate. The answer to Yahweh's conundrum is therefore: it is Yahweh himself who darkens his own counsel and who has no insight. The author turns the tables on Job and blames him for what he himself does: man is not permitted to have an opinion about him, is to have no insight which he himself does not possess. The only thing he can be blamed for is his incurable optimism in believing that he can appeal to divine justice.