The Book of Job is arguably one of the most misunderstood and abused books of Scripture. Dr. Hywel R. Jones's commentary is a helpful, insightful, and delightful resource. The book of Job "is not about the problem of human suffering in the world at large, but about the suffering of the godly in a fallen world over which God yet reigns supreme" (27-28). Jones unpacks fifty years of pastoral experience, academic excellence, and personal reflection in this illuminating commentary.
Charles A. Tedrick is an M.Div. student at Westminster Seminary California (Escondido).
Issue: "Evangelicalism's Winter?" Nov./Dec. 2008 Vol. 17 No. 6 Page number(s): 56-57
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