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Posted March 24, 2003
This profound and moving work traces the Jewish tradition of confronting , and arguing with God in regard to the suffering of the world. It shows how very early on Prophet and Psalmist intreat God , question God in regard to the injustice of the world. For me this book showed me that the deepest questions I have , have been asked again and again in the Jewish tradition, and that I am not alone in having asked them. In this sense this work is for me a profound work of consolation. I do not think I could recommend a book more highly than I recommend this one.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.