Imagine you wanted to turn the story of Job into a play, but not a historical play. You have no interest in telling the old story of a man who was robbed and suffered. You’re much more meta than that. No, you want a gospel play. You want to tell the good news story of Jesus using characters from the story of Job.

How would you do that? And who would play which role?

I love the gospel and I love the story of Job, so this is something I’ve thought about. In fact, every time I read the Bible I ask myself, what does this story reveal about Christ’s larger story? How does this help me understand Jesus and what he’s done?…



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