In today’s Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor reminds us that the story of Job is not about suffering but about how Job responds to suffering. And what do you think of the ending? Is it happy, sad, and what does it leave you thinking?
In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor has a new angle on the meaning of Leviathan and Behemoth at this most dramatic climax of the story of Job, chapters 38-41, the appearance of God to Job.
In today’s Journey Bible Project, Greg Taylor asks from the story of Job, “Will you have faith in your suffering?” Greg also recommends ones of the best treatments on Job in our times, Rabbi Harold Kushner’s When Bad Things Happen to a Good Man.
See two videos explaining how to read and learn from the story of Job. The Journey appreciates The Bible Project for producing these excellent videos to introduce the Bible books, and we have placed them on our web site by permission from The Bible Project.
In today’s Journey Bible Project, Bildad hits Job below the belt.
The Journey Bible Project comes to the moment Job’s friends see him and they are stunned beyond words, for seven days! Job 3 narrates that moment, and Greg Taylor shares great advice about comfort for the suffering from his friend John Mark Hicks.
Today The Journey Bible Projects moves to the moment Job’s friends see him for the first time. Greg Taylor discusses this stunning moment in today’s blog post.