1.In the Philosophical “Courtroom” drama presented in the book

·Who is on trial?

·What are the charges made?

·What are the three crucial claims presented in the book which provide the setting of the trial?

·What is the verdict of the trial?

2.What is God’s answer to Job for why he suffers despite his righteousness?3.From reading the book of Job, why do you think righteous people suffer?4.What do you find at the structural heart of the book?5.Why is the book of Job considered a wisdom book?

Address at least two of these questions on the discussion board (200-250 words).

Requirements: One short paragraph for EACH question please