The Old Testament book of Job is one of the oldest and longest poems in the world. It deals with the big questions of life like suffering and the nature of evil. For this reason it continues to fascinate and be used by artists, musicians, writers, politicians and ordinary people right across the globe. Have you ever wanted to put your questions to God? And what would happen if we put God in the dock? What would he say? How would he defend himself? In a fashion, Job, the Old Testament character most well-known for his monumental suffering, does just that. Join us at City Legal for David Robertson’s series on ‘God in the Dock’.
God in the Dock
What would happen if we put God in the dock?
David Robertson is an experienced presenter and debater on the place of the Christian faith in the public sphere, a prolific blogger at The Wee Flea and he was the minister at St Peter's Free Church in Dundee, Scotland for 27 years. David joined City Bible Forum in 2019 to lead a new initiative called Third Space.