Sense and compassion

Job's plight looms large in chapter 1 and chapter 14 of my book, and Job sets the stage for the theme of 'sense vs. non-sense.' When Elihu joins the fray, he is angry at Job for his alleged insolence and angry at the friends for their inability to silence Job. Elihu's body language, here in Blake's rendition, is striking for the absence of compassion.

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THE BOOK

Sigve K. Tonstad's God of Sense presents the Holocaust, not as a problem that defeats belief, but as the reality that demands a religious and theological account of evil and human existence.

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