The book of Job provides such a visceral and existential reality toward unfolding human suffering in the context of a God-world relation. What is interesting (and this is an insight I picked up while in Ray Lubeck’s class in undergrad Old Testament Biblical Theology), is that the whole story of Job is framed by the ‘suffering-servant’ […]

via The Theology of the Cross in Job Says No to Natural Theology and the Theology of Glory — The Evangelical Calvinist