Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.7BQ

Summary of text [comment] page 56

The answer posed by God in the Story of Job was provisional.

The answer was realized through Jesus.

Christ transforms evil into a greater good.

[But, many sinners will say, as Cain did in An Archaeology of the Fall, “not for me”.

If “not for me”, then what good is “the entire spontaneous order that is our Lebenswelt”?

The answer is that “the good is for you”, but “it is not what you want it to be”.

This answer gets supercharged through Girard’s mimetic mechanisms.]