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Overall, the book is accessible and enjoyable to read, and therefore a worthwhile investment both in money and time.
The first section of the book considers the question of suffering and evil in light of the biblical affirmation that God is good and loving.
Wright understands the importance of putting ourselves in the shoes of those who read the Bible in its original, historical context.
I found the questions raised and the answers provided thought provoking in the best sense of the word. It challenged me to always think biblically. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kindle Customer
I really like the author providing ample examples and scriptures to help me reflect on myself, about what I have done and should be doing in the future.Published 5 months ago by Ezra Lau
Heard Dr. Wright touch on this topic at All Souls in London. I think the first 2/3 is great--really wrestles with the issues. The last 1/3 less so.Published 8 months ago by Indolawson
Very good book, but very heavy topics covered. It gave me a lot to mull over. Definitely not a casual read.Published 12 months ago by Rachel's mom
Initially bought this book for a church book study but after a careful read I found the author's views too conservative for our group. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Karen
Excellent book, sent by an excellent provider. This book is a must read for all pastors. Provides great information for the pulpit.Published 19 months ago by Coy
In his new book The God I Don't Undertand (Zondervan, 2008), the well respected Christian leader Christopher Wright takes on some of the most difficult questions of faith including... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Randal Rauser
I have read many books that deal with suffering - books from many different Christian perspectives. This is by far the most truthful and straightforward book. Read morePublished on December 21, 2010 by barbreads
Wright offers a good examination of some difficult concepts and facts in the Bible, such as the existence of evil and suffering, the Old Testament history of the conquest of the... Read morePublished on October 11, 2010 by Paul A. Nelson