Glimmers of Grace: A Doctor's Reflections on Faith, Suffering, and the Goodness of God
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Glimmers of Grace: A Doctor's Reflections on Faith, Suffering, and the Goodness of God  -     By: Kathryn Butler

Glimmers of Grace: A Doctor's Reflections on Faith, Suffering, and the Goodness of God

Crossway / 2021 / Paperback

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If you've ever spent time in a hospital, you know that it can be a place of struggles and hardships. These hardships aren't limited to physical problems, often when our bodies are in pain, our spiritual lives can suffer too.

Former trauma surgeon Dr. Kathryn Butler experiences this firsthand as she walked alongside patients, colleagues and friends through various illnesses and aching loss. In Glimmers of Grace, Butler draws from this experience to guide believers through the deep questions of God's trustworthiness in the midst of suffering. Blending memoir and devotional reflections, Butler interweaves her own stories of grace with narratives from Scripture to reveal how God's steadfast love endures even in times of great affliction.

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Title: Glimmers of Grace: A Doctor's Reflections on Faith, Suffering, and the Goodness of God
By: Kathryn Butler
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 1433570483
ISBN-13: 9781433570483
Stock No: WW570485

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In Glimmers of Grace, Christian physician Kathryn Butler draws from her experience as a trauma surgeon and a Bible teacher to reflect upon how God’s word remains living, active, and trustworthy in the midst of illness.

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Kathryn Butler (MD, Columbia University) trained in surgery and critical care at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, where she then joined the faculty. She left clinical practice in 2016 to homeschool her children, and now writes regularly for desiringGod.org and the Gospel Coalition on topics such as faith, medicine, and shepherding kids in the gospel.

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