To Speak Well Of God by John A. Pople audiobook

To Speak Well Of God: An Exposition of the Book of Job

By John A. Pople
Read by Thomas Peel

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9.57 Hours Unabridged
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    ISBN: 9781518953149

It begins with the Divine injunction: “Have you considered my servant Job?” The Biblical drama of Job is haunting. A blameless man is tormented by ‘the Satan’: stripped of wealth, status, possessions, health, and children—all with God’s permission! Who is this Satan? More chilling still, who is this God? And why, despite this cataclysmic carnage, does the drama focus on the resulting argument between Job and his three friends? The ending of the drama seems no clearer. When God reveals Himself, what is He saying? Finally, God restores Job. Yet does this truly repair His permitted destruction of him? With its distinctive identification of the Satan, this interpretation offers unique insights into the classic interactions between God, Satan, and the Righteous Man; revealing the Messianic message encoded within. Most importantly it lends reason to persevere in faith, as Job did; and speak well of God.

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It begins with the Divine injunction:

“Have you considered my servant Job?”

The Biblical drama of Job is haunting. A blameless man is tormented by ‘the Satan’: stripped of wealth, status, possessions, health, and children—all with God’s permission! Who is this Satan? More chilling still, who is this God? And why, despite this cataclysmic carnage, does the drama focus on the resulting argument between Job and his three friends?

The ending of the drama seems no clearer. When God reveals Himself, what is He saying? Finally, God restores Job. Yet does this truly repair His permitted destruction of him?

With its distinctive identification of the Satan, this interpretation offers unique insights into the classic interactions between God, Satan, and the Righteous Man; revealing the Messianic message encoded within. Most importantly it lends reason to persevere in faith, as Job did; and speak well of God.

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Author Bio: John A. Pople

Author Bio: John A. Pople

John A. Pople was a British theoretical chemist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemitstry in 1998, along with Walter Kohn.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 9.57
Audience: Adult
Language: English