From Despair to Hope
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A practical and helpful look at a difficult book which will produce positive results, with God's help, for those following its lessons of life. Author Peter Williams accepts that Job was a historical figure who faced up to real problems about his own suffering, about God's Justice and Government, and about the malignancy of evil in the world. Job is probably one of the world's oldest books and certainly not the easiest to understand, but it conveys some very powerful lessons for today. Williams believes that we greatly benefit by learning from this great man something of the meaning of victory over personal affliction, and the triumph of true faith in Almighty God.
Peter Williams is former Professor and Dean of Music at the University of Edinburgh and is emeritus Arts and Science Professor of Music at Duke University. His books include A New History of the Organ (1980), The Organ Music of J S Bach (3 vols, Cambridge,1981-1984), Bach, Handel, Scarlatti 1685-1985 (Cambridge, 1985), and Bach: The Goldbert Variations (Cambridge, 2001).