Between Pain and Grace: A Biblical Theology of Suffering
: Every human experiences some degree of suffering. And, almost none of us know what to do with it. Between Pain and Grace is at once a thorough study of this major theme in Scripture AND an accessible window...
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Every human experiences some degree of suffering. And, almost none of us know what to do with it. Between Pain and Grace is at once a thorough study of this major theme in Scripture AND an accessible window into God's workings in our own lives.
The authors address multiple facets of suffering in light of what Scripture says:
How does God involve himself in human suffering? What part does Satan play in our suffering? What can we learn from Joseph in the Old Testament? Is there an appropriate response to suffering? An inappropriate one? What about mental illness, sexual abuse, or betrayal?
Moody Bible Institute professors Dr. Gerald Peterman and Dr. Andrew Schmutzer shed much light on the nature of the lives we lead-where we are often caught right between pain and grace.
- :<div>table Of Contents:<br><u>section 1: Suffering And God<br></u>chapter One: The Lord's Prayer<br>chapter Two: A Suffering God And The Virtues Of Jesus<br>chapter Three: The Relational Ecosystem Of Sin And Suffering<br><u>section 2: Suffering And Man</u><br>chapter Four: Lament And Ritual<br>chapter Five: Redemptive Anger<br>chapter Six: Groaning And Creation<br>chapter Seven: Leadership And Tears<br><u>section Three: Topics In Suffering<br></u>chapter Eight: Betrayal And Reconciliation<br>chapter Nine: Sexual Abuse<br>chapter Ten: Mental Illness<br>chapter Eleven: Marriage<br><u>afterword</u><br>chapter Tweleve: Suffering As An Honor<br>chapter Thirteen: The Meta-narrative Renewed</div>