Welcome to season 2 of Down Under Theology, a podcast equipping and encouraging Australian Christians to get down and under the theology impacting the life and mission of the church.
In episode 11 we take a deep dive into the book of Job. We discuss what the book teaches us about God, his incomprehensibility and sovereignty. We talk about suffering and how we can apply the book of Job in our ministry to others in the midst of suffering. We also touch on the interaction between God and the Satan at the start of the book – an issue that may be a barrier to reading this book well. Join us as we discuss these topics and more on this episode of Down Under Theology.
In Season 2, we'll be going over each book of the Bible, bringing out the big ideas, themes, and implications for the life and mission of the church.
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- Nick Rabe
S2 Episode 11 – Show Notes
Recommended Resources –
- Be Still My Soul by Nancy Guthrie (editor)
- Calvin's Teaching on Job by Derek Thomas
- Job: The Wisdom of the Cross by Christopher Ash
- Out of the Storm: Grappling with God in the Book of Job by Christopher Ash
- How Long, O Lord: Reflections on Suffering and Evil by D. A. Carson
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