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Master Books How Could a Loving God? - eBook

People assume Christians have all the answers---yet, in the face of tragedy, death or suffering, everyone struggles to find just the right words to bring comfort or closure to those in need.

Sometimes just hearing "It is God's will" isn't enough. Sometimes just saying "God will turn this to good" seems so meaningless when despair is so profound. Often the pain goes too deep, the questions won't go away, and even the assurance of faith doesn't help. How could God let this happen? How can God love us, yet allow us to suffer in this way? What is the point of this---what is the purpose?

In How Could a Loving God...?, Ken Ham makes clear the answers found in the pages of Scripture---powerful, definitive, and in a way that helps your heart to go beyond mere acceptance. When you grasp the reality of original sin---and all that it means---it creates a vital foundation for your heart to finally understand what follows.

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Date:July 6, 2009
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Marion Macleod
Very easy to read, provides great answers easy to understand. Good that theres his own experience with family loss aswell.
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Date:May 21, 2009
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Anthony Shuler
This book is quite different from others on this topic. This book actually answers the question of why we suffer. Most today cannot answer that since they believe in the heresy of billions of years of death and suffering before the fall. Ken Ham explains why we suffer based on what Genesis teaches and gives his personal story of the death of his brother. Possibly the best book on suffering I've ever read.
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