Where is God When Bad Things Happen
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An international evangelist helps those in pain come to grips with the crushing adversities of life by pointing them to the limitless resources found in God.
Suffering. Its stubborn inevitability prompts our deepest doubts about life as well as a profound search for meaning. Why do we suffer? Why must we lose the ones we love? Why must each of us face sickness and death? If God exists, where is God when these things happen?
International evangelist Luis Palau has seen desperate suffering in the lives of millions of people all over the world and has experienced it in his own life. In "Where is God When Bad Things Happen?", Palau helps those in pain come to grips with the crushing adversities of life by directing them to the limitless resources found in God. Without side-stepping the most difficult questions or slipping into the pat answers of a merely intellectual faith, Palau provides encouragement and hope to those who sorely need both.
Although helpful to readers already committed in their faith, this book is especially intended for those who are still searching and who wonder where God could be in times of trouble. Instead of an academic treatise on "the problem of evil", "Where is God When Bad Things Happen?" is an empathetic exploration of divine action in the midst of terrible pain.
Luis Palau was born in Argentina and became a U.S. citizen after coming to America for graduate studies in theology at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, Portland, Oregon. He is the founder of the Luis Palau Evangelist Association and the author of 45 books and booklets in English and Spanish, including High Definition Life (Revell Publishing, 2005), It's a God Thing (Doubleday, 2001), Where Is God When Bad Things Happen? (Doubleday, 1999), God Is Relevant (Doubleday, 1997) and The Only Hope for America (Crossway Book, 1996), as well as, a remarkable dialogue with Zhao Qizheng, a Chinese atheist which has been published by Chinese newspapers Riverside Talks: A Friendly Dialogue Between an Atheist and a Christian.