The book of Job has fascinated, infuriated, and confounded readers from both a literary and religious perspective for centuries. Job is a good and pious man who suffers unbearable tragedies, and he and his friends try to figure out why such disasters should happen to him. Through Job, people have wrestled with key questions like "why do bad things happen to good people," "what is the nature of God?" and "what are the limits of human knowledge?"
Join us for Sunday Celebrations at 10:30am the month of October while we delve deep into the mysteries of God and humanity with Job as our companion and spiritual guide.
October 4: The Question of Suffering
October 11: Beyond Our Total Grasp
October 18: The Mystery that Talks Back
October 25: The Joy of Humility