MIKE MASON lives with his wife, Karen, in British Columbia, Canada. Mason received a BA with honors and an MA in English from the University of Manitoba. His other books include The Mystery of Marriage, The Mystery of the Word, and The Furniture of Heaven. He now writes full-time and divides his attention equally between fiction and devotional writing.
C.S. Lewis would be very proud of Mike Mason's journey through the Gospel of Job.
Mason portrays religiosity as the villian, as shows how suffering is the key to understanding, not just the book of Job, but the very gospel itself.
I recommend this book to any Christian- especially those who struggle with `trying to figure God out.'
One of the best books I've read, I keep reading it over and over. It is my favorite book to give as a gift!Published 25 days ago by Richard D Robinson
WONDERFUL BOOK. HAVE READ IT 3 TIMES AND BOUGHT IT FOR 5 MORE PEOPLE; THEY ALSO LOVE IT. VERY EASY READING !!Published 1 month ago by pat dumas
Mike Mason does an excellent job in approaching the book of Job from a unique perspective. I especially enjoyed the way he looked at the original languages and brought certain... Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Harrington
Way to hard to understand. Maybe that's because Job is a difficult book to understand, but I had hoped that this book would have made it a bit simpler.Published 3 months ago by Nancy E. Bates
All of us at one time or another have deep dark times in our lives where we feel alone. We wonder where God is. If you are there or ever there, I recommend this book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Arizona Sunshine
Mike Mason has nailed another one out of the park with this book. He is one of my favorite authors.Published 5 months ago by sunny503
This book invites one to examine what he believes and why. It contains some real gems of truth worth hanging on to.Published 6 months ago by Marilyn Mullett
Superbly written. Mason demonstrates once again God's same purpose and message has been consistent since creation. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stephen A. Waldorf