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Acclaimed writer and pastor Timothy Keller grapples with the age-old question: how do we deal with pain and suffering, both in our own lives and in the world around us? The problem of pain is a perennial one, and for those who undergo particular sufferings it can often be the largest obstacle for trusting in a good and loving God.
If such a God exists, why is there so much suffering in the world? And how do we deal with it when it comes into our lives? In his fullest and most passionately argued audiobook since 2008's best seller The Reason for God, New York pastor and church planter Tim Keller brings his authoritative teaching, sensitivity to contemporary culture and pastoral heart to this pressing question, offering no easy answers but giving guidance, encouragement and inspiration.
©2013 Timothy Keller (P)2013 Penguin Audio
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By Mr on 09-12-17

a difficult subject but essential reading

Clear insights into how Christian faith helps people to walk through suffering . recommended to deepen that faith.

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By Anonymous User on 06-15-18

Comprehensive examination of suffering

The three sections address distinct audiences. Readers may find it more enjoyable to focus on the section they're most convicted to read. The narrator was okay, but the experience would have been much better if it were narrated by Tim Keller himself.

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