Boom! There it is! The central theme of the book of Job.
All of the verbal sparring between Job and his frenemies, from chapter four until Bildad asks his question in chapter twenty-five, finally drives at least one of them to ask the right question,
"How can a man be righteous before God?" (Job 25:4).
Up until this point Job's frenemies, and even Job himself, attempt to answer the question, "Why is Jo...