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Zondervan How Could God Allow Suffering and Evil? Tough Questions, Revised Edition

Where did evil come from? Why do innocent people suffer? Why doesn't God do something? Is the devil for real? How could a loving God send people to hell? Is there really a heaven? This revised edition of Tough Questions, designed for use in any small group setting, is ideal for seeker small groups. Based on more than five years of field-tested feedback, extensive improvements make this best-selling series easier to use and more appealing than ever for both participants and group leaders.
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Review 1 for How Could God Allow Suffering and Evil? Tough Questions, Revised Edition
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Date:March 22, 2009
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Windy Brown
Our small group when through this book. It is definitely written for those who are searching for God and includes lots of world views on the questions as well as the biblica views. Our more spiritually mature group did not learn from the book but it did inspire health conversation on what the bible says about the topics.
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Review 2 for How Could God Allow Suffering and Evil? Tough Questions, Revised Edition
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Date:February 7, 2008
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Hope Fellowship
Our small group liked this book very much. They were very thought provoking questions.We are excited about doing more books in this series. We are starting "3 habits of the highly contagious Christian" next.
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Review 3 for How Could God Allow Suffering and Evil? Tough Questions, Revised Edition
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Date:October 31, 2007
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Michael Groves
This book addresses the major challenge to any world view. The questions are well thought out and the scripture references are a very important part of the overall study. The questions imply completely free will - that we make all decisions freely and God cannot control the outcomes - you need to be ready to deal with this head-on as it's a critical part of the study.
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