- Publisher: Logos Papers Press
- Available in: Hardback
- ISBN: 057825834X
- Published: March 22, 2021
This is the second edition of this philosophical commentary on Job. The Book of Job is about a question for all of us. Why is there suffering? Job is a personal book that speaks to each of us as we face suffering and meaninglessness. Job is a theological book that both builds on the Biblical Worldview and prepares its readers for the Gospel. Job is a philosophical book that critically examines solutions to this question. The solutions from Job’s friends are the same failed solutions we still hear today. It is a book centered around a philosophical dialogue. It requires us to find an answer by going deeper in our understanding of the meaning of good and evil. It takes us into a study of what is clear to reason about God from general revelation and the inexcusability of our unbelief. Job’s friends call him to repent of fruit sin, but Job’s Friend calls him to repent of root sin. In all of this, our attention is directed to the knowledge of the glory of God revealed in all the works of God.