As a mathematician, inventor, and ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church in America, Mike Slay brings an analytical, conversational, and even whimsical approach to the daily study of God's Word.
This is fundamental sin – wanting to be like God.
Job makes effective counter-arguments. He also makes an astounding prophesy: “For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last he will stand upon the earth.”
Not everyone gets their just desserts.
A moment for God though.
He can't even consider the possibility that he might be wrong.
That'd be OK if he didn't seem so confident he'd get it.
Job makes effective counter-arguments. Eliphaz gets nasty. Job responds by noting that they’re not only wrong, they’re miserable comforters.