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Bob Cornwall Essay

The conclusion to Bob Cornwall’s review essay… “One thing to remember is that when Tom offers this five-point response to the problem of evil, it’s an all-or-nothing proposition. If you pull out one of the pieces, it won’t hold together. At the same...

Kadee Wirick Smedley Essay

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...

Libby Tedder Hugus Review

Libby P. Tedder Hugus If you have ever prayed the desperate prayer, “Why, God?!” this book is for you. If we say that God is Love, what do we mean and how does the answer impact our everyday lives? This is a central question Thomas Jay Oordexplores and answers in his...

Rob Grayson Review

“Rare is the book that both stimulates clear theological thinking and brings pastoral comfort and encouragement; God Can’t is one such book. Whether you’re an amateur theologian in search of clarity and consistency or someone who has wrestled earnestly...

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...