If God Is Good by Randy Alcorn
Why Do We Hurt?

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 The encouragement we crave—when we’re most in need

Out of the deepest hurts of the human condition, Randy Alcorn brings into clear focus our most pressing questions about evil and suffering—including those that wrench our souls when we or someone we love is victimized by evil or assaulted by disease.
   He faces these questions with seasoned sensitivity, skillful insight, and a heart of compassion. He dodges none of the difficulties, and never lapses into platitudes, hand-wringing, or oversimplification.
   On this troubling but inescapable topic, you’ll find frank acknowledgment of the inherent limitations that set humanity apart from the God who has none. There’s also generous, real encouragement that brings God nearer in our understanding when we need His comfort the most. And amid our heavy doubts and swirling confusion on this topic, Randy Alcorn points us ultimately toward Jesus as “the only answer bigger than the questions.”
 

About Randy Alcorn

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Randy is the author of Heaven which has sold over 4 million copies as well as the novel Courageous.Eternity with Kingstone Media is his first graphic novel.
 
Published May 13, 2010 by Multnomah Books. 82 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Evil comes from human rebellion or sin, and suffering is a secondary evil brought on by that primary evil.

Aug 10 2009 | Read Full Review of If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt?

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Prolific evangelical author Randy Alcorn, whose book HEAVEN took the Christian reading audience by storm, now offers fans another riveting read.

Nov 13 2011 | Read Full Review of If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt?

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