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As both a pastor and parishioner, I’ve heard myriad ways in which people make sense of tragedy. Many do so by attributing it to the will of God, focusing on the mystery of His ways to manage more troubling thoughts about the divine choice to harm. While I would not presume to tell a survivor how to make their peace with God, I think many would benefit from the opportunity to consider another option: one in which God neither sent the harm nor stood by and allowed it to take place when He could have done otherwise. 

For the complete review, see http://www.kadeesmedley.com/the-blog/book-review-god-cant-how-to-believe-in-god-and-love-after-tragedy-abuse-and-other-evils?fbclid=IwAR1T2dIP3ZNy7sEog3iqryw1bOAMeKTIULJDNjT2UmH3rHUusAhB5-dGBV8