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I thought this easy to read book of one persons idea of God, was very simple and realistic.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is going through difficult times in their lives especially serious illness and death of a loved one.
Next to the work of Rabbi Harold Kushner, this is the best stuff I've read on the important questions of why do bad things happen to good people.
Wow, I am overwhelmed by such a clear and easy to read profound teaching of who God is. I bought 10 and giving it to friends.Published 1 month ago by Domingo M. enriquez
This is a great explanation to the age old question "where the hell is God when tragidy hits?" (both global and personal tragedy). Not overly theological but an easy read.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This was s good book, helped me realize God does not send us our sufferings. He all ready died & suffered enough for us.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good thought provoking reference for those who have had a loved one suffer a life changing injury and the reactions we have as a result.Published 7 months ago by Dugpeg
a great read for all but especially for those who have suffered tragedy in their lives. provides a path for healing.Published 8 months ago by James Egan
This is a real book needed for our time when we see much of the world in turmoil and our own society being burdened by those who "free-load" on others.Published 8 months ago by Kenneth E. Kodger
Next to the work of Rabbi Harold Kushner, this is the best stuff I've read on the important questions of why do bad things happen to good people.Published 9 months ago by Harvey Hyman. President/CEO of Lawyers' Wellbeing, Inc.
Good presentation of the problem of evil and suffering in our world. He challenges some long held interpretations of scripture and brings the reader to new thoughts.Published 10 months ago by Joe O.
Father Leonard's personal experience with tragedy gives this book its substance... and its flaws, it seems. Read morePublished 11 months ago by TK Baker