Do people always get what they deserve? Does God operate on a system of Karma where the good always get good and the bad always receive evil? Or are things simply not that black and white in life? The book of Job wrestles with this question, picturing a man who did everything right and still suffered and lost. And amidst his pain the book shows the different viewpoints on Karma, also known as the retribution principle. Some think God is unfair and not worthy of worship, others think Job MUST have done something to deserve his suffering. Job can only think God is mistaken and he's been wrongly accused of a crime he didn't commit? Who was right?