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The Book of Job: Faith in Seasons of Suffering

Bible-Study Series

The Book of Job is one of the more mysterious and difficult books of the Bible. Its central theme of faith in the midst of suffering is clear, yet sounding the depths of its response to the theological problem of pain and evil is challenging at every level. We will conduct this course as a multinational Bible study comprised of smaller discussion groups.


This course meets for 6 weeks (including a 2-week fall break) on Thursdays, 2:00-3:30pm New York City time.

October 31, 2024
November 7, 2024
November 14, 2024
November 21, 2024
November 28, 2024
December 5, 2024
December 12, 2024
December 19, 2024

David Wang
Course Facilitator
David is happy and humbled to be included on this Board of Intercessors. Most of his spiritual growth has taken place in churches that value the priesthood of all believers without paid clergy. He is an academic, an artist, a husband, a father and grandfather. He is also a lover of the Word of God, which is new every morning.
Jonathan J. Armstrong
Course Facilitator
Jonathan is the founder and president of Aqueduct Project. While completing doctoral studies in historical theology at Fordham University in New York City, Jonathan served as the graduate assistant to his Eminence, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., from whom he gained an interest in the unity of the worldwide Christian church. Jonathan is fascinated by emerging technology and is incredibly inspired by the way that God is opening doors for Christian churches everywhere to learn from one another.
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