Tag Archives: Book of Job

Leon Wieseltier on Roger Rosenblatt’s Journey into Hell Mouth

Sooner or later, and in one form or another, all human beings make their journey—and on more than one occasion throughout a lifetime—into what James Wood and others have coined “Hell Mouth”—the Job-like inferno in which we encounter unavoidable and extreme anxiety, suffering, … Continue reading

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Philosopher Slavoj Zizek Thinks About Islam, Christianity, G.K. Chesterton, the Book of Job, and the Limits of Atheist Materialism

I like these two segments from a long Zizek talk: And:

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Stanley Fish on the Cross of Doubt

The religions I know are about nothing but doubt and dissent, and the struggles of faith, the dark night of the soul, feelings of unworthiness, serial backsliding, the abyss of despair. Whether it is the book of Job, the Confessions … Continue reading

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Mental Health Break

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Hipster Condensation of the Book of Job

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Bearing Witness to the Holocaust: Image from the Concentration Camp at Mauthausen-Gusen in Austria, 1945

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