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The Book of Job


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Publisher:Riverhead Trade, 1998



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The Book of Job has long been considered the most challenging and controversial text of Western religion. Its simple yet powerful story--of a good and pious man inflicted with terrible pain and suffering--raises basic questions of faith that, to this day, resonate deeply within every living soul. Now in this special Riverhead edition, Thomas Moore, the author of Care of the Soul, offers his unique perspective on one of the most central tales of the Bible. Combining Jungian theory, archetypal mythology, and modern psychology, he casts a light of new meaning and understanding upon the human condition itself--and on our own personal experience in the world today.

* Thomas Moore is a major New York Times bestselling author (Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life)
* Moore's Jungian/mythological approach to psychology is extremely popular now
* A beautifully packaged gift book that will appeal to spiritual readers, religious scholars, and the psychology/self help audience
* Excellent follow-up to the first Sacred Text book, The Psalms, with commentary by Kathleen Norris (November '97 Riverhead trade)

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