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Broadly researched and eminently engaging, this book is an interactive treasure box. It contains commentary, theological reflection, artistic interpretations, prose and poetry related to Job’s struggles, as well as both modern and ancient reflections on suffering, theodicy and the human condition. Balentine reveals the book of Job’s deep ambiguity, beauty and haunting contemporaneity.


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