“I Know That My Redeemer Liveth”
We all know the story of Job, but the book itself proves more challenging and complex than you remember. That said, it provides one of the most powerful wrestles with questions of loss and meaning in scripture.
This portion of the episode includes:
- Literary issues in the book of Job
- Did Job exist?
- Translation issues in Job 19:25
- A return to theodicy
One Time Donation:
Class Members: Job 1; 2; 13; 23:10; 19; 23:10; 27; 42; James 5:11; 3 Nephi 15:9
Additional Reading: D&C 121:1-10; look through the rest of Job
Other Reading: None (as long as you have already looked through Job)
You can access the Annotated Reading here (or PDF).
You can access the Lesson Notes here (or PDF).
Do’s and Don’ts about Mourning with those who mourn, Ensign
Reaching Out to Those Who Mourn, Ensign
The question Why? according to Job, RadioWest
The question of Why/Suffering from various perspectives, RadioWest
Approaching Prayer, On Being
Thanks to Jim Henderson for content editing the discussion. I did my own audio editing which is why it is not as good as usual!
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