Arguably the oldest book in the Bible, the book of Job has a surprising amount to say about some of the newest scientific discoveries and controversies. Far from a book that is just about suffering, Job is filled with rich insight into both ancient and modern questions about
• the formation of the world
• the difference between animals and humans
• dinosaurs and the fossil record
• how to care for creation
• and more
With careful consideration and exegesis, internationally known astrophysicist and Christian apologist Hugh Ross adds yet another compelling argument to the case for the veracity of the biblical commentary on the history of the universe, Earth, life, and humanity. Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job shows that the Bible is an accurate predictor of scientific discoveries and a trustworthy source of scientific information, and that both the book of Scripture and the book of nature are consistent both internally and externally.
Watch Frank Pastore’s endorsement of the book
"This is a brilliant, insightful, and provocative book, filled with nuggets from digging deeply into the hidden treasures of the book of Job. Many of these, of course, are on the topic of science and Scripture from one of the top old-earth creation scientists writing today."
--Norman L. Geisler,
Distinguished Professor of Apologetics, Veritas Evangelical Seminary
(www.VeritasSeminary.com), Murrieta, CA
"Yet another sparkling gem from the treasure house that is the mind of Hugh Ross! A fabulous and typically thoughtful treatment of many vitally important subjects."
New York Times bestselling author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy and Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery
Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job book reviews:
jwwartick.com by J.W. Wartick
godandscience.org by Rich Deem
crossedfocusedreviews.com by Bob Hayton
booksaint.blogspot.com by Conrade Yap
martycrossland.com by Marty Crossland
Interview video clips:
Scientist Uses Bible to Solve Mysteries of Creation CBN News
Hugh Ross on The 700 Club (10/19/11)
Also available in e-book format