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In each chapter, the bulk of his text is these recountings, which are gripping, if not sometimes harrowing.
Ehrlich understands that Kushner's answer is that there are simply some things that God cannot do, and relieving people of suffering is one of them.
As Ehrman points out in the book, the Bible has blatant contradictions in trying to answer that question and he does a good job making his case.
As a few have pointed out, and I only wish to summarize it here -- only Reincarnation as evolution of the souls, a natural Law of Cause and Effect and an impersonal God together... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Standard Reader
The item was received as anticipated. It opened as expected. What else can one say about a typical digital download?Published 11 days ago by Robert G. Buice
Ehrman's historical approach and biblical references have been extremely informative. My own understanding of the Bible comes
from sermons or theological explanations. Read more
I love his writing. It asks all the right question. Very mind stimulating. Everyone should read this book. Why do we suffer?....Published 2 months ago by Michael W Aiken
Mind blowing at how much of the Bible is based on purely "word of mouth" stories and is considered by many as the "True word of God. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AJ
I enjoyed this book. Part of that came from the view that I agreed with most of the ideas and thoughts in the book.
If God is all powerful, why is there suffering? Read more
One person's perspective and interesting to read.This book went to my husband so I cannot fully comment on this particular book.Published 3 months ago by ARamspott
This book is an honest look into the life of a former minister and respected Bible scholar who asks one of life's toughest questions, "Why do people suffer, and why doesn't God... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel D.
Physically, there is no answer to the problem of suffering, as to some degree--with much variation--we all suffer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Greg