Studies on the Book of Job

by Léon Bonnat (1880)

On Sunday, September 4, 2022, I will begin teaching a series of studies on the book of Job to members of the Growing in Grace class at The Compass Church in Naperville, Illinois.

The Growing in Grace class is a Bible study group for senior members of The Compass Church, but the class is open to anyone who wants to attend. The class meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., just after the 9:15 a.m. worship service.

The nine lessons will be taught during the months of September, October, and the first Sunday in November. These are the nine lessons on the book of Job:



“Introduction to the Book of Job”


“The Suffering of Job”


“Job and His Friend Eliphaz”

LESSON 4 – OCTOBER 2, 2022

“Job and His Friend Bildad”

LESSON 5 – OCTOBER 9, 2022

“Job and His Friend Zophar”

LESSON 6 – OCTOBER 16, 2022

“Elihu, The Passerby”

LESSON 7 – OCTOBER 23, 2022

“Job’s Views of God”

LESSON 8 – OCTOBER 30, 2022

“The Speeches of Yahweh”


“The Restoration of Job”

My book, Job and the Problem of Suffering deals with the problem of suffering and God’s awareness of human suffering. You can buy my book on Amazon.

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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2 Responses to Studies on the Book of Job

  1. Did you ever read this? It’s peak Heinlein (both in the good and in the bad). Very much ahead of its time though


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