Lessons From Job

Lessons From Job

Desperate With Grief

Streaming Video - 2006
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Throughout history, the crucifix has been to Christians a symbol both of suffering and of overcoming suffering. How, in a world filled with genocide, pandemics, and mass starvation, has Christianity been able to reconcile the concept of divine mercy with rampant human misery? Citing the story of Job, Angela of Foligno, and Archbishop Oscar Romero, this program examines the roots of faith within the context of suffering. The concepts of good and evil are also explored, as is original sin.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c2000
Alternative Title: Desperate with grief


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