For every person who has ever wept and wondered, "Why am I suffering?" Kreeft observes the endless, random, seemingly pointless pain which affects people and seeks to be our guide to understanding. Like Job, the author relates his wrestling match with God concerning suffering and brings us on his journey of understanding that the only way to win was to lose. Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, is the author of such well-received books as Between Heaven and Hell, Making Choices, Socrates Meets Jesus.
This book is for anyone who has ever wept and wondered, "Why?" Peter Kreeft observes that our world is full of billions of normal lives that have been touched by apparently pointless and random suffering. This account of a real and honest personal quest is both engaging and convincing. Written from a deep well of wisdom derived from experience and careful observation, Making Sense Out of Suffering is a book for empty hearts, not full ones. Read it if you are hungry for insight into the mystery of suffering. A Servant Book.
Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, is the author of such well-received books as Between Heaven and Hell; The Unaborted Socrates; Yes or No?: Straight Answers to Tough Questions About Chrisitanity; Heaven: The Heart's Deepest Longing; and Prayer: The Great Conversation