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Does God Suffer

Author : Thomas Weinandy, O.F.M.
ISBN : 9780268161668
Genre : Religion
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The immense suffering in the modern world, especially in the light of the Holocaust, has had a profound impact on the contemporary understanding of God and his relationship to human suffering. There has been a growing acceptance that God himself suffers in solidarity and love with those who suffer. Weinandy’s comprehensive presentation resolutely challenges this view of God and suffering, arguing from scripture and from the philosophical and theological tradition of the Fathers and Aquinas. He maintains that a God who is impassible is more loving and compassionate than a suffering God. He also argues that it is the Son of God’s experience of suffering as a man that is truly redemptive and life-giving.
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Does God Suffer

Author : M. Michelle Fincher
ISBN : OCLC:62770638
Genre : Suffering of God
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Does God Suffer

Author : Jonathan Frederick Smoot
ISBN : OCLC:59634727
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Why Does God Allow Suffering

Author : United Church of God
ISBN : 9780557621514
Genre : Religion
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If God is truly a God of love and mercy, why does He not intervene? Some have concluded that God simply doesn't exist. The answer, however, is much more complex. What does the Bible reveal about the causes of suffering? Inside this Bible study aid: -- A World Plagued With Human Suffering -- A Front-Row Seat for Suffering -- Why a Loving God Allows Suffering -- Can We Explain All Suffering? -- Satan's Role in Suffering -- How Good Can Come From Suffering -- How Events Molded the Character of One Future President -- "It Is Appointed for Men to Die Once" -- When Will Suffering Cease? -- Walking Through the Valleys of Life
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Bible Study Course Lesson 4 Why Does God Allow Suffering

Author : United Church of God
ISBN : 9781105225963
Genre : Religion
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How do we reconcile anguish and suffering with the Bible's portrayal of a loving God? Inside this Bible study lesson:-- Freedom of Choice or Freedom from Suffering?-- The Sovereignty of God-- Why Suffering?-- The Importance of Godly Character-- Jesus Christ's Profound Example of Suffering-- Why Must Christians Suffer?-- Avoiding Unnecessary Suffering-- Help for Sufferers-- Time and Chance-- God is Always Fair-- How God Sees Suffering-- Satan's Role in Causing Suffering-- Cause and Effect: An Often-Overlooked Principle-- Learning from the Suffering of Job-- Historical Insights into Human Suffering-- Glossary-- Points to Ponder-- http://www.ucg.org/bible-study-course/
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Does God Feel Your Pain

Author : H. Wayne House
ISBN : 9780736924764
Genre : Religion
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The furnace of affliction has a way of bringing to surface some of the hardest questions of life—many of them questions about God. And the only trustworthy source for answers is the Bible, which God Himself wrote. In Does God Feel Your Pain? authors Wayne House and William Grover skillfully interweave compassion, honesty, and scriptural counsel as they explore these difficult issues and more: Why has God allowed evil in the world? Why does God permit pain in our lives? How can God really be in control when Satan is at work? Why aren’t my prayers being answered? Is it really possible to know joy even in the worst of pain? Readers will find this a highly personal and practical resource that can help restore bright hope even in the midst of dark despair.
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Critica Et Philologica Nachleben First Two Centuries Tertullian To Arnobius Egypt Before Nicaea Athanasius And His Opponents

Author : Maurice Wiles
ISBN : 9042909234
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Papers presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 1999 (see also Studia Patristica 34, 35, 37 and 38). The successive sets of Studia Patristica contain papers delivered at the International Conferences on Patristic Studies, which meet for a week once every four years in Oxford; they are held under the aegis of the Theology Faculty of the University. Members of these conferences come from all over the world and most offer papers. These range over the whole field, both East and West, from the second century to a section on the Nachleben of the Fathers. The majority are short papers dealing with some small and manageable point; they raise and sometimes resolve questions about the authenticity of documents, dates of events, and such like, and some unveil new texts. The smaller number of longer papers put such matters into context and indicate wider trends. The whole reflects the state of Patristic scholarship and demonstrates the vigour and popularity of the subject.
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The Origin And The Overcoming Of Evil And Suffering In The World Religions

Author : P. Koslowski
ISBN : 9789401597890
Genre : Religion
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All religions face the challenge of explaining, in view of God's goodness, the existence of evil and suffering in the world. They must develop theories of the origin and the overcoming of evil and suffering. The explanations in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism of evil and suffering and their origin, as well as these world religions' theories of how to overcome evil and suffering, differ from one another, but are also similar in many respects. The human person is always considered to be the origin of evil, and also to be the focus of aspirations to be able to overcome it. The conviction that evil and suffering are not original and can be overcome is characteristic of and common to the religions. The explanations of the origin of evil are closely related to the explanations of the continuation and propagation of evil in human persons, in nature, and in our technology and culture that have been developed in the religions - in Christianity, for example, as the doctrine of original sin. Finally, the world religions are concerned with how to cope with suffering and offer guidance for overcoming evil and suffering. Leading scholars of five world religions, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Hinduism, have created with this volume a first-hand source of information, which enables the reader to gain a better understanding of these religions' central teachings about the origin and the overcoming of evil and suffering.
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God Suffers For Us

Author : J.Y. Lee
ISBN : 9789401020480
Genre : Religion
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer, writing in his cell in a Nazi prison, expressed a most remarkable idea. "Men go to God in His need. " This is the insight, he observed, which distinguishes the Christian faith from all other religions. It is a universal belief that God, or the gods, should come to help man in his mortal, human need. But this is not the God and Father of Jesus Christ. Even as Jesus in Gethsemane chided his disciples for their sloth in not keeping watch with him during his agony, so God the Father must look to His creatures for their faith and sympathy. Therein lies the basis for the Christian answer to man kind's perennial complaint: Why do men suffer? Not all theologians, believing Christians, or believers in a personal God can share this idea. Traditionally the Eastern Orthodox thinkers have adhered to the rule of apophatic theology: that is, there are boundaries of knowledge about God which the human mind, even when enlightened by revelation, cannot cross. So who can say that God the Eternal One is susceptible to what we call suffering? It is better to hold one's silence on so deep a mystery. Still others are loathe to acknowledge God's passibility for varying reasons. God is ultimate and perfect; therefore he cannot know suffering or other emotions. God is impersonal; therefore it is meaningless to ascribe personal, anthro popathic feelings to Him. Many angels may fear to tread on the ground of this most difficult question.
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