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Considering Job

Reconciling Sovereignty and Suffering
  • By Anthony T. Selvaggio
Product Description
Suffering is common to the human experience. It is miserable to endure and a problem that has challenged sages, philosophers, theologians--and the person next door--for generations. Graciously, God provides us with an entire book of the Bible on this subject. In Considering Job, Anthony T. Selvaggio demonstrates how God is glorified as both sovereign and good through the reality of human suffering. Selvaggio prepares us to courageously face suffering in our life and more effectively minister to others experiencing miseries in their lives. By embracing the wisdom of this ancient book of Job, we will be drawn closer to our holy, righteous, merciful, and good God.

Table of Contents:

Beginning Our Journey

1. When Sorrows Come

2. From Bad to Worse

3. Why Me?

4. With Friends Like These

5. Lessons from the Misguided

6. It's Hard to Argue with God

7. Wounds from a Young Friend

8. God v. Job

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781601788368
    • Manufacturer: Reformation Heritage Books
    • ISBN 13: 9781601788368
    • Publication Date: 03/01/2021
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Anthony T. Selvaggio
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