The misfortunes which God is represented in the book of Job as allowing Satan to inflict on Job, merely to test his faith, ... - A.J. Ayer Quotes
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Quote:The misfortunes which God is represented in the book of Job as allowing Satan to inflict on Job, merely to test his faith, are indications, if not of positive malevolence, at least of a suspicious and ruthless insecurity, which is characteristic more of a tyrant than of a wholly powerful and benevolent deity. - A.J. Ayer Quotes
  


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