Our world is fascinating, but life on this planet is not easy. For many the Book of Job contains the message, which we need to deal with the realities of this life. But who can understand the Book of Job? The Rebel Job is the poem that was buried, by the "righteous," in the Book of Job. The Rebel Job deals with suffering without resorting to fantasy. He was too radical for his "righteous friends," who believed in an all-powerful God, who demanded fear. For the rebel this God did not exist. The rebel has given us a great gift.
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About the Author
Loren Fisher was Professor of Hebrew Bible at the Claremont School of Theology and Professor of Semitic Languages and Literature at the Claremont Graduate University. He is the author of Genesis, A Royal Epic and The Claremont Ras Shamra Tablets. He has taught as a visiting professor as U.C. Berkeley and at the University of Montana.