When it comes to belief in God, suffering is humanity's greatest stumbling for humanity. How do we explain evil—both the evil in man, and the evil that occurs in the natural course of life and the world so inexplicably? If God is good, why is there so much misery in the world? How could a good God allow suffering? Or, as it has famously been asked, 'why do bad things happen to good people?' Far and away, the "why" behind suffering and evil is the greatest question, and the greatest problem, that every human being must face. Enter the book of Job.