Cover to Cover Book by Book daily notes – Job ebook


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The Cover to Cover Book by Book daily notes aim to provided guided reading of the entire Bible over a five-year plan, and can be started at any time. The authors are experienced and trusted teachers who love God’s Word. For the Cover to Cover individual and study guides click here.

We pray that these notes will challenge your thinking and expand your understanding of the Bible and deepen your faith.

Bringing you deeper biblical understanding

Elaine Storkey writes on the book of Job, a book which raises questions about suffering and the justice of God, with the focus not on how Job suffers, but why he suffers. It is not so much what happens to us, but how we interpret it, that the book is interested in exploring. We find the deepest questions of our human existence written large, but also a sober warning against offering easy answers.

About the author

Dr Elaine Storkey is former President of Tearfund, and was a member of the Church of England’s General Synod for 28 years until 2015. She is a respected theologian and sociologist, and has been a Senior Member of Newnham College, Cambridge since 2008. Elaine lectures to postgraduates on the Christian Mind Course at Oxford University and is often to be heard at conferences and on national radio, relating a Christian perspective to twenty-first-century living. She is also an ambassador for Restored – a global Christian initiative against violence to women. A prolific author, Elaine has written eight books and hundreds of articles for newspapers and journals.

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