Dear Theophilus Job, by Peter DeHaan

New Release: Dear Theophilus Job

Going through a rough time? Confused by God? Frustrated? Mad?

Meet Job. As in Job from the Bible. He went through a lot too.

Join Bible teacher Peter DeHaan in his captivating book Dear Theophilus Job: 40 Insights About Moving from Despair to Deliverance. Through it you will dive deep into the powerful and timeless story of Job.

This fresh perspective encourages readers to envision Job's story as a screenplay waiting to be brought to life on stage or screen. As a 40-day Bible study, Dear Theophilus Job provides a thoughtful analysis of this foundational part of Scripture.

This unique perspective reveals Job, his so-called friends, his wife, and even God in a new light. As the dialogue between Job and his friends unfolds, the drama, emotion, and underlying themes of faith and suffering are brought vividly to life.

As Job grapples with loss, suffering, and ultimately restoration, readers are encouraged to reflect on their own lives and consider how they might respond to their own trials and tribulations.

Explore the complex relationships and conversations between Job, God, Satan, and Job's friends. Then receive comfort from God’s concluding response.

Dear Theophilus Job helps readers navigate the often-challenging text with clarity and insight.

This Bible study is perfect for personal reflection or group study. Bonus sections enhance our understanding of key themes and passages in Isaiah.

Dear Theophilus Job is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of this classic biblical tale. Let’s embark on a journey of discovery and transformation to uncover the enduring lessons and truths within the pages of Job.

Let the adventure begin.

Get your copy of Dear Theophilus Job today.

[This book has also been published as I Hope in Him.]


Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices.

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