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The existence of pain in a world created by a good and loving God is a fundamental dilemma and perhaps one of the most common objections to Christianity.
C.S. Lewis's "The Problem of Pain" is one of the best books I've found to address the considerable question of how a good God could allow bad things to happen.
From a non-Christian POV, I would be surprised if this book made much sense -- so many of the pillars are set on Christian theology, philosophy, and tradition.
Amazing book. Described the Fall in a way I have never heard before. Gives clarity as to why we sin and how we changed after the the sin in the garden. Read morePublished 1 day ago by hannah
CS Lewis takes the concept of pain and twists it in so many ways so as to make the intolerable fact of our existence in a flawed world more understandable. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mark T.
Lewis' precision of thought and written word
is pure pleasure to read. He is a fathomable
intellectual of first order unlike so many
As usual CS Lewis is masterful in his logic and reasoning, guiding the reader through one of the most challenging aspects of the Christian faith: suffering, mourning, sadness, and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kevin Krauth