Here is what others have said about The Joy of Job.
"This unique investigative approach to the book of Job opened my eyes to much that I had missed. The Joy of Job chronicles indictment, defense pleadings, and witness statements—from Satan, from Job, his friends, and his God. Pick it up; engage the argument. You’ll be blessed with a new grasp of the gospel!"
The Rev. Dr. John Sittema, a pastor for more than 39 years in the Christian Reformed and Presbyterian churches and retired President and Chief Executive Officer of WorldServe Ministries. An author of two books, he has been a visiting lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, N.C., and an adjunct professor at Mid-America Reformed Seminary.
“This is such an impressive study and very relevant in the consideration of leadership in these disordered times. The book is a clarion call to consider Job in a new way.”
Dr. Myrna Grant, Professor Emerita, Wheaton College Graduate School, author of 18 books
including Vanya, a classic that inspired millions
“Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.” This famous line from the classic ”The Wizard of Oz” has left its mark as a cultural touchstone, encouraging us to question authoritative sources and figures. It was a scene where Toto pulled back the curtain and exposed the mighty Wizard’s true identity — a frail old man. In The Joy of Job, Maribeth Vander Weele uses her proven experience as an investigative reporter and international intelligence monitor to “pull back the curtain” on a side of Job you may have never considered. This book will challenge you to pay attention to that man behind the curtain. It is a brilliant study.”
The Rev. David Freshour, Senior Pastor of Chevy Chase Baptist Church, Washington, DC
"Perceptive and fascinating. A unique and articulate presentation.”
Bill Quinlan, General Counsel, Chicago Principal and Administrators Association, and member of
Old St. Pat’s Church in Chicago.