Invitations of Job

“Meditating on God’s work in creation holds the potential to remove ourselves from being the source of wisdom, judgment, and value that is often our focus in our post-Fall world, pointing us instead to the Father Almighty who took up his rule on the seventh day.”

Jennifer Brown Jones, “Invitations of Job: Creation and Suffering”

Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 10:00 AM -1:00 PM ET the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics will be hosting a free webinar with a number of international scholars who will be discussing the importance and ongoing relevance of our doctrine of creation. Each presentation will be only eight minutes and there will be a chance to ask questions at the end. I’ll be discussing the “Invitations of Job: Creation and Suffering,” which seems particularly appropriate in this challenging season. If you’re interested in attending, you can find more information at the link above and in the program below.

Hope to see you there!

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2 thoughts on “Invitations of Job

  1. Congrats on this!!

    I’ve been thinking about you the last couple weeks. Wondering how you are, how your family is doing in the year of 2020. Praying for you, for y’all.

    From: Life Beyond #Blessed
    Reply-To: Life Beyond #Blessed
    Date: Monday, November 23, 2020 at 9:34 AM
    To: Tim Basselin
    Subject: [New post] Invitations of Job

    Jennifer Brown Jones posted: ” “Meditating on God’s work in creation holds the potential to remove ourselves from being the source of wisdom, judgment, and value that is often our focus in our post-Fall world, pointing us instead to the Father Almighty who took up his rule on the seve”

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