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How Does God Treat His Friends?

Robert Fyall

How Does God Treat His Friends?

Robert Fyall

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In this explanation of suffering the author points out that the story of Job is about real human experience--someone "sitting on an ash heap in harsh and bitter agony and loneliness".^^

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Is there fairness and justice in life?
What are we to do or say when a genuinely good person is overwhelmed by appalling disasters? Such a character was Job - a man who was wise, compassionate and historic, yet who suffered desperate tragedy. In this explanation of the suffering Bob Fyall points out that the story of Job is about real human experience - someone "sitting on an ash heap in harsh and bitter agony and loneliness".
Why did God permit such a fate?
In answering this question the author brings help to all who wonder at the fairness and justice of God. Fyall also shows how the life of Job gives real hope to all of us - demonstrating as it does the goodness of God and his power over darkness.



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In this explanation of suffering the author points out that the story of Job is about real human experience--someone "sitting on an ash heap in harsh and bitter agony and loneliness".^^
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:

Is there fairness and justice in life?
What are we to do or say when a genuinely good person is overwhelmed by appalling disasters? Such a character was Job - a man who was wise, compassionate and historic, yet who suffered desperate tragedy. In this explanation of the suffering Bob Fyall points out that the story of Job is about real human experience - someone "sitting on an ash heap in harsh and bitter agony and loneliness".
Why did God permit such a fate?
In answering this question the author brings help to all who wonder at the fairness and justice of God. Fyall also shows how the life of Job gives real hope to all of us - demonstrating as it does the goodness of God and his power over darkness.


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Meet the Author

Robert Fyall

The Revd Dr Robert Fyall is Senior Tutor in Ministry for the Cornhill Training Course, Scotland. He was formerly Director of Rutherford House, Edinburgh, minister of a parish church in Scotland, and pastor of a large student church in Durham, where he also taught Old Testament at Cranmer Hall.

He is the author of How Does God Treat His Friends?: Learning from the Book of Job; Daniel: Tail of Two Cities; Now My Eyes Have Seen You: images of creation and evil in the book of Job (Volume 12, New Studies in Biblical Theology, InterVarsity); The Message of Ezra & Haggai: Building for God (The Bible Speaks Today); Teaching Amos: Unlocking the prophecy of Amos for the Bible Teacher and Ruth, Esther, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, and Lamentations: A Bible Commentary for Every Day (People's Bible Commentaries)
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