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Publication Date: 10 Dec 2015
Series: Little Books of Guidance
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 48
Author: Robin Gill
ISBN-13: 9780281075409, 9780281075416

Why Does God Allow Suffering?

By Robin Gill
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Summary
Robin Gill sensitively examines the various explanations that theologians offer to the problem of why the world contains so much innocent suffering. A book for all who want to believe in God but struggle to do so in the face of the pointless cruelty that appears to be built into God’s creation.
About the Author
Robin Gill is Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology, University of Kent, and the Editor of Theology.
Previous titles by the author include New Challenges for Christians May 2010 A Bit Like Jesus, November 2009, A Sense of Grace - November 2004
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Robin Gill brings the lucidity and logic of a Christian ethicist to the vexed question of unwarranted suffering. He draws brilliantly on Job, and creation theology, and evokes the compassion and suffering of Jesus to show the problem can be at least partially resolved through prayerful reflection.

- Peter Clough

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