In this single talk, Sean Kehoe addresses the question of how are we to approach the Book of Job. How should we deal with it and what are we meant to learn from it, given that towards the end of the book, God days that he disagrees with what Job’s friends have said? After all, Job is described as blameless and upright, and his friends must therefore have been good people too, because Job considered them people worth having as his friends. Indeed, much of what his friends say in the book is true, reasonable and sensible. So how are we meant to understand this book? Sean grappled with this question for many years and in this talk he shares what he believes is the solution to this dilemma.
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