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First Anchor Books edition.
viii, 164 pages ; 21 cm
Introduction: Why I wrote this book -- Why do the religious suffer? -- The story of a man named Job -- Sometimes there is no reason -- No exceptions for nice people -- God leaves us room to be human -- God helps those who stop hurting themselves -- God can't do everything, but he can do some important things -- What good, then, is religion?
A new edition of the classic self-help guide by the respected rabbi explains how to find comfort and strength in the face of tragedy and the challenges of life and how to understand God's role in recovery.
1400034728 paperback $9.95