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Derek Thomas, writing at Reformation 21, has many things to say on the Christian response to Katrina. Among them:
In the end, no amount of theological reflection will surmount the problem of evil in a world which God has made. Whatever we say, we will have to admit an impenetrable deep, a mystery. Job was never given any answers to his questions. All he could do in the end was to lay his hand upon his mouth and worship a God who had overwhelmed him with a vision of his greatness. As Charles Spurgeon explained, when we cannot trace God’s hand, we must simply trust His heart.
Meanwhile, Chris Erdman at Odyssey, interacts at length with the text of Job as it applies to our understanding of catastrophic events. This is profound stuff, difficult to quote without doing a disservice to the whole. His starting point: "Listen to me," says God, "be silent, and I will teach you wisdom." Job 33.33