Job and the Mystery of Suffering: Spiritual Reflections

Book, 1996, 189 pp
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The ancient story of Job that grapples with the question of why there is suffering in the world even for those who lead a good and upright life has challenged, perplexed and comforted readers for millennia. Here Rohr shares his understanding of the book, both in its historical setting and as a most important message for today.

The book speaks most strongly to those whose own world has fallen apart, but in its essence, it is a call to each reader to let go of old certitudes and goals and to place faith and trust radically in God alone.

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