Rector'sForum 9/20/20

Read More Here This Sunday we will explore Job as a “Legend”;(Chap 1, 2, 42:7-17), the ancient prose “folklore” that frames the later poetry: “Though He slay me, yet will I trust him.” Did Job’s suffering REALLY come from God’s making a bet with Satan?” Questions for reflection: Is the stoic, silent, “faithful Job” found in the Legendary prologue a realistic model? Deeper: Is our love of God dependent on the Good Things that happen to us?