Some of the Psalms are very relevant as well.
This is the book for the broken-hearted contemplative who seeks to make meaning out of his or her sorrow and better understand God's role in their pain.
This is a book that will appeal to all Christians, Catholic or non-Catholic, and to all persons searching to understand the meaning of suffering.
A great piece of apologetic and theological material. It may not be everyone's top priority to read this book, but if you consider yourself a person who really wants to dive into... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Peter John Jude
This was book was thought provoking and a relatively easy read. However, I am an analytical thinker. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Bailey
My all-time favorite book explaining the mystery of human suffering.Published 1 month ago by Thomas Ervasti
Taught me much. Led me through a dark time. I can look forward because of Peter Kreeft's outstanding ability to make sense.Published 1 month ago by Roadrunner
I thought it would be a good book on this very controversial and universal topic, but it simply does not deliver. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amanuensis
I was genuinely searching for some answers to some difficult questions. The author stresses that you have to keep an open mind while reading the book, which I'm happy to do. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Will Reinhardt
This book offers some great insights to the age old question of suffering. A nice mix of philosophy and theology. Worth a re read to write notes and study.Published 5 months ago by William B. Adams