The Job story involves a paradoxical confrontation with his friends that he doesn’t want and doesn’t get the confrontation that he does want with God. The whirlwind representing God allows a multi-sensory experience not only for Job but for those of us in the audience of this morality play. We are meant to see the devastation in Job’s life, feel his boils and cutting on himself, taste his losses including the imagined loss of his support system, smell the stench of his wounds, to hear simultaneously his pleas to confront God while Job whines endlessly about his lost reputation. That lost reputation will feel the deep sting of having to make sacrifices for friends who have hurled accusations at him. Paradoxically Job’s reputation cannot be restored until he reconciles with people and situations unexpected. Join us in this greatly expanded story from our first book Dissecting Job.