The Myth of Religion | The Writings | Job 32-37

If God is just, why do bad things happen to good people? Or, to flip it around, why do good things happen to bad people? Do people always receive the correct consequences for their actions? In today's episode, Patrick looks at Elihu's response in Job 32-37, examining the myth of religion that's embedded within it that we often believe.

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Passages: Job 32-37