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Jennifer Oberst Review

It is one of the most difficult things in life to ask the really hard questions without having a pre-determined answer—to stare into the abyss of your deepest pain and think of all ways it happened and all the ways you think it could have been prevented. For people of...

Jay McDaniel’s Essay

See Jay McDaniel’s full review at this web address: https://www.openhorizons.org/leaning-out-for-love-reflecting-on-god-cant-by-thomas-oord.html

Benjamin Davis Review

A wonderful and accessible follow up to Oord’s previous work “The Uncontrolling Love of God.” In “God Can’t”, Oord taps into something that feels both unfamiliar and beautiful. Something that is equal parts journey to peace, permission to grieve, and call to action....

George Hermanson Review

“I highly recommend this book. I would have copies in church libraries so it is easily accessible. Have copies to hand out for he addresses common questions about why bad things happen through case studies. He offers a new understanding of God’s actions...

Tiffany Triplett Review

This book is outstanding, practical, applicable, personally challenging and sobering as it woos readers to recognize and respond to the uncontrolling love of God who can’t.  It also helps us to understand God’s need for us who can, as “…our contributions are...