The Book of Job is one of the most difficult books of Scripture to interpret. At the same time it is a drama par excellence which speaks to the universal human condition. The book explores the mystery of good and evil, leading Job to ask questions that are similar to the kind of questions all humans ask at some point. Job explores the interplay between reasoned faith and experience, exposing us to challenging ways to think about and experience God. Dr. Owens will help us enter the drama of Job and avoid some of the common pitfalls of engaging this important book of the Hebrew Bible.
Seminar is taught by
Jody L. Owens
Professor of Bible and Pastoral Ministries
D.Min. in Old Testament Studies from Emmanuel Christian Seminary
Preaching minister in East Tennessee for nine years; joined Johnson faculty in 2002
Register on our events page. We will meet in the Great Room Friday night from 7:00 - 8:30 and Saturday morning from 9:00 - Noon.