Moishe House Brookline’s winter/spring learning series wraps up in April with the Book of Job, which raises questions about evil, suffering, justice, and meaning. Read the source material ahead of time and then come for a Shabbat afternoon of lively conversation. Please arrive on time as the discussion starts promptly at 2:15!
Prologues (Chapters 1-2)
The Arguments of Job’s Friends (Chapters 8, 15, 20, 33)
Job’s Replies (Chapters 9-10, 16, 21)
Meditation on Wisdom (Chapter 28)
The Voice from the Whirlwind/Epilogue (Chapters 38-42)
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