Bible (ASV) 18: Job
A quite lively and poetic discussion ensues among these wise elders and their suppositions and conclusions are eventually contested by a youth who enters the discussion toward the end. God has the final word in this narrative and Job is left to abjectly acknowledge that his complaints and knowledge mean little in the face of that which is so far beyond his ability to comprehend.
Debate regarding the meaning, purpose and author of this book is still hotly contested among biblical scholars. It is far beyond the scope of this summary to offer any conclusions regarding this work. The reader offers the words to the listener with no judgment or further explanation.
Even without deep examination, the poetic nature of the story offers many insights into facing and overcoming adversity.
(Summary by Robert Garrison)
Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Religion
|Play 01||The Book of Job - Part 1||Robert Garrison
|Play 02||The Book of Job - Part 2||Robert Garrison
|Play 03||The Book of Job - Part 3||Robert Garrison
|Play 04||The Book of Job - Part 4||Robert Garrison
|Play 05||The Book of Job - Part 5||Robert Garrison
|Play 06||The Book of Job - Part 6||Robert Garrison