Wilderman, Raymond||Crawford, Paul K.
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Education
MacLeish; Archibald; 1892- J.B.
Ever since man has been aware of the Christ!an-Judean God, there have been several questions plaguing his mind. The Book of Job has lived in men's minds for thousands of years and the myth of Job for even longer than this. It was the poet of the Book of Job who tried to answer many of the perplexing questions posed by man. It was Job who asked most poignantly for all mankind the crucial questions! How can the world be justified? How, if the world is what we see, can its creator be just? How, if God is just, can God be the creator of the world? What is man's relationship to God? These are the questions that we, as humans, have asked for centuries. Always we are able to refer to the Book of Job for enlightenment of most of the answers.
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