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Suffering : If God exists, why doesn't he stop it?

Suffering : If God exists, why doesn't he stop it?
In this book, Mark Morris draws on his experience of caring for his handicapped teenage grandson, who is still unable to walk and talk. He also explores the insights of philosophy, theology and contemporary science to conclude that religious faith maintains hope now and beyond this life.
Our Price: £5.99
ISBN/EAN: 9781785350115
Stock: 3
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Author: John Morris
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Mark Morris believes that God is typically non-interventionist but constantly interactive, operating creatively within his own physical laws which allow freedom to particles and people. This results in innovations and mutations, not always beneficial. Compared with other religions, Christ's cross and resurrection give more historic hope in a God who suffers alongside us, to create good, responsible persons. Here is a 100-minute read, of interest to believers and atheists alike. Its brave conclusion gives reasonable grounds for thinking we live in a loving God's best possible world, despite unavoidable suffering and natural disasters.
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