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This brilliant, elevating work belongs in every Jewish library!
The Book of Job and the
anguished attempts of Job and his comrades to understand the ways of God
have perplexed, stimulated, and inspired thinkers and philosophers for
thousands of years.
Job is a righteous, wealthy
and successful man, yet God allows Satan to bring upon Job almost
unbearable calamities. His children and his wealth are all taken from
him, and he is wracked with suffering.
The ideas in this Book are at the heart of the age-old question: Why do bad people prosper while good people suffer?
The many messages of the
Book are wrapped in enigmas. Job's friends seek to convince his that he
is actually a sinner, but they do not convince him. His arguments seem
to overpower theirs. One wonders why they do not show him more sympathy.
In the end, God Himself comes to blunt Job's challenge.
Job accepts, not because of
logic, but because he realizes that he is mortal and cannot understand
Divine wisdom or Divine justice.
Ultimately, God grants Job even greater wealth, a fruitful family, and long life.
The messages and concepts
of the Book of Job are timeless, and this insightful and enlightening
treatment belongs in every home and library.
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