Why do scientists turn to questions traditionally reserved for the humanities? Tom McLeish argues for a deep kinship between the two spheres.
C. L. Seow explores how the book of Job might have been understood by its original writers and audiences, and how we might look at it now.
The value of what we can’t comprehend
In science, when negative data isn’t reported, the result is a silence that silences. A life-saving drug or a new discovery may be missed.
God-Talk and the Suffering of the Innocent
The Ground of Hope in the Book of Job
A Contest of Moral Imaginations
A Play in Verse
An annotated list of top titles on the book of Job.
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