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Doerries said he chose Job because “it asks fundamental questions about how we respond as human beings to the seemingly indiscriminate suffering that comes after natural disasters.” He said Job also shows “our own limitations and fallibility to be in the presence of suffering.”

Emily Belz
Emily Belz

Emily, who has covered everything from political infighting to pet salons for The Indianapolis Star, The Hill, and the New York Daily News, reports for WORLD from New York City. Follow Emily on Twitter @emlybelz.

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