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When I was three and a half my Cousin died from a brain tumor. Few things make me sicker than people who say: "Everything happens for a reason. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Michael Jardeen
Very valuable book. Dr Ehrman asks and answers many important questions. I have read several of his books and he is a very competent researcher and lecturer on what all this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by mikestaf
Love the book but audio book is not so great. The voice does not match with the mood of the bookPublished 6 months ago by Mkzamel
Read this for a seminary class. I totally disagree with Ehrman's "reasoning" and conclusions. He is mad at God for not doing what he wants Him to do. Read morePublished 6 months ago by >^..^<
A thought provoking book by Bart Ehrman which shows how the Bible doesn't give a satisfactory answer to why we suffer on Earth.Highly recommended.Published 6 months ago by James R. Nielsen
According to Bart Ehrman, "God's problem" is the presence of evil in this world. How, he asks, can an omniscient, omnipotent, loving God have allowed such evil to exist? Read morePublished 7 months ago by GrouchyOldman
I like all of Bart Ehrman's books. Religious believers don't like him much, he's too good a showing us the problems in the Bible.Published 7 months ago by Roy Heron
I would describe this as a highly effective introduction to the problem of theodicy written from a non-believer's perspective, but designed for believers and non-believers alike. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ryan Mease