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Where was God? : answers to tough questions about God and natural disasters / Erwin W. Lutzer. [print]

By: Lutzer, Erwin W [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Carol Stream, Illinois : Tyndale House Publishers, (c)2006. Description: xvii, 118 pages ; 19 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1414311443; 9781414311449Subject(s): Natural disasters -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | TheodicyLOC classification: BT161.W447 2006Online resources: Copyright permission request form. | Table of contents only COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction : a heart for the hurting Dare we search for answers? -- The earthquake that shook Europe An interpretation, please! -- Is this the best of all possible worlds? -- The Christian hope Wind, rain, and a collapsed house Is God responsible? -- Should we absolve God of responsibility? -- Calamities in the Bible Dare we charge God with evil? -- Responding with compassion Are there lessons to be learned? -- Disasters happen randomly Lessons we can learn Are disasters the judgment of God? -- Is God mad at America? -- Disasters and the end times The escape route Saved or lost? -- Can we still trust God? -- Atheisms dead end An intellectual answer A personal answer Coping with doubt What do you say when friends ask? -- We must grieve We must give thanks We must choose We must find firm ground Epilogue : ready for the big one Avoiding the final curse.
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Introduction : a heart for the hurting Dare we search for answers? -- The earthquake that shook Europe An interpretation, please! -- Is this the best of all possible worlds? -- The Christian hope Wind, rain, and a collapsed house Is God responsible? -- Should we absolve God of responsibility? -- Calamities in the Bible Dare we charge God with evil? -- Responding with compassion Are there lessons to be learned? -- Disasters happen randomly Lessons we can learn Are disasters the judgment of God? -- Is God mad at America? -- Disasters and the end times The escape route Saved or lost? -- Can we still trust God? -- Atheisms dead end An intellectual answer A personal answer Coping with doubt What do you say when friends ask? -- We must grieve We must give thanks We must choose We must find firm ground Epilogue : ready for the big one Avoiding the final curse.

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