If God is God, Then Why?
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Do you remember what you were doing the morning of September 11? Probably so. But, what was God doing? Was He watching but not caring? Did He choose to just sit on His hands? In this fictional work of letters to an Episcopal priest, Truesdale addresses the unavoidable question - What Kind of loving Father would allow such suffering? If God Is God, Then Why? will help you come to terms with the fact that God has not revealed exactly why, but that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus is the solution.
Why does evil exist in our world? What was God doing the morning of September 11? We all remember exactly what we were doing, but where was God? Was He watching but not caring? Was he just sitting on His hands? In the aftermath of the devastation, as thousands come to grips with the death of loved ones, the unavoidable question will loom - even for Christians - What kind of loving Father would allow such suffering? The problem of evil is always a matter of debate among Christians. In the fictional format of letters written to an Episcopal priest, Al Truesdale addresses the doubts and fears and unanswered questions. He helps us come to terms with the fact that God has not revealed why, but that the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus is the solution.
Truesdale is a professor of Christian ethics and philosophy of religion at the Nazarene Theological Seminary.