DIATRIBE

A diatribe can be a rant or a bitter critique, often pointing out how bad things are and placing blame through an extended and one-sided complaint, something many prophets in the Old Testament delivered on God’s behalf. A diatribe was also a Greek rhetorical style in which a speaker or writer debates an imaginary interlocutor through hypothetical questions and faulty conclusions.

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