The God of the Bible is described as allowing and causing massive amounts of death and suffering. But this same God is described as being good and all-powerful? How can…
There are two puzzles: -Why do the just suffer -and- -Why do the unjust prosper? Why is there no justice in this life? People may not notice these issues if…
Jews are not certain about their Redeemer. How could God arbitrate between man and God (Job 16:19-21)? Job’s words imply a future, physical resurrection at the end of time. The…
There are parallels and pictures found in the book of Job that point to 1) Job as a suffering servant. 2) A celestial redeemer who is both human and divine.…
Job 14:13-17 is the hope of those who suffer: God will overlook sin and call us from the grave because God hungers for his creation to be in His presence.…
Even with the troubles we see, it is not correct to conclude that God is not strong enough to stop them So what is the answer? God IS strong enough…
Job understands that God is magnificent and just, but is he fair? Job 9:32-35 identifies the need for and anticipates the coming of someone who is like man and can…
Through suffering our thoughts are drawn to think of the Sovereign and ask - does God care for his creation that is weak? Since God does not torment his creation…
This planet no longer matches God’s design for human enjoyment. Sometimes we do not know the purpose for a calamity. - This is like when Adam & Eve were told…