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10 Reasons to Believe in a God Who Allows Suffering
- Explains the God who would allow such events to occur.
- J. Hudson Taylor
Commentary on the Book of Job
- by Fr. William Most
Divine Punishment as a Problem in Theodicy
- A dissertation on the problem of evil, comparing human and divine concepts of punishment. Examines whether God does punish and the nature of divine punishment.
Does God Want Me Well?
- Booklet (PDF) about God's purposes in healing, sickness, and suffering.
Geneva Commentary on Job
- Index of /g/geneva/notes/Job: Hyptertext documents from the Christian Classics Ethereal Library at Calvin College.
Job: Consider My Servant
- Bruce Cameron's Bible study.
Literature of the Middle Period
- Old Testament Life and Literature; Gerald A. Larue.
Notes on the Book of Job
- John Wesley's Commentary.
Satan Has Begged to Have You
- by Ivan Maddox, Atlanta, Georgia.
Satan the Adversary of Mankind
- Bryan T. Huie
Theodicies in the Book of Job
- by Adam J. Smargon.
Theodicy in an Evolutionary Perspective
- Issue Four of DIALOGOS, November 1996: An Interactive Journal of the Sciences, Philosophy, and Theology.
Theodicy: The Problem of Evil
- Article by Kenneth Cauthen
Tilting Whirlwinds: Suffering and Remedy in The Book of Job
- Includes a seminar paper and links.
The Trial of Job
- The Book of Job translated and annotated by Roger Eaton. Links to related resources.
The Trouble and Rest of Good Men
- John Wesley Sermon 127 [text from the 1872 edition] Preached at St. Mary's in Oxford, on Sunday, Sept. 21, 1735.
Where is God in the Midst of Tragedy?
- What exactly can we count on God for?
Who is the Devil, Satan?
- The Interactive Bible.
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