The Answer of Jesus to Job is G. Campbell Morgan's deeply insightful and flowing commentary of the Biblical Book of Job.
This superb commentary is structured similarly to a story, with the events and narrative in the Book of Job examined closely. Owing to his years of intense Bible study, G. Campbell Morgan is perfectly equipped to ably guide the reader through a text often considered to be among the most difficult of Biblical lore. Morgan's plain eloquence allows the receptive Christian to absorb and know the wisdom of the Bible in a manner which is respectful and enlightening.
Morgan takes us through every episode of Job, but does so in a way that flows and reads well: the direct passages and lines are only seldom cited, and the style of writing allows readers to follow along easily without the constant citation of the Bible. Quotes are instead appended sparingly, when Morgan feels the need to fully illustrate a given topic. The major themes of the text, from redemption, to the quest for spiritual insight and closeness with God, to the very purpose of existence, are all given much description.
The title of the book affirms Morgan's central belief: that answers to Job's plight come in the New Testament. The very figure of Jesus, who himself undergoes much pain and suffering, is the supreme solution to the pain and suffering of Job.