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Vendor: Discovery House
Publication Date: 2013
Series: DayLight Bible Studies
The Problem of Evil: Why Do Bad Things Happen, DVD with Leader's GuideOs GuinessDiscovery House / 2013 / DVD$12.99 Retail:
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The Bible: Why Does It Endure? , DVD with Leader's GuideDiscovery House / 2012 / DVD$11.49 Retail:Video
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Luke: Gospel Of Reassurance, DVD with Leader's GuideDiscovery House / 2011 / DVD$15.49 Retail:Video
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Jewish Foundations: Sacrifice, Worship, and the Messiah, DVD with Leader's GuideDiscovery House / 2011 / DVD$14.49 Retail:Video
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Whether or not you choose to believe it, evil is real and ever present all over the world. In the midst of wars, disasters, and personal pain, the response is often the same. Where is God? Why would He let this happen?
Although no one has all the answers, in The Problem of Evil, you can find hope and encouragement to help you think through these questions about evil and why God allows it. Join author and speaker Os Guinness, a graduate of the University of London and Oxford, as he introduces the problem of evil.
With a style that is engaging and respectful he...
- Compares and contrasts the issue from Eastern, secular, and biblical perspectives.
- Examines the difference between evil and suffering.
- Provides seven steps to help you confront the reality of evil.
Gain a deeper understanding of what evil truly is and discover why you can trust God to sustain you when bad things happen. Perfect for individuals or small groups, this 6-lesson interactive study includes a full-color DVD and leader's guide.
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Os Guinness was born in China, educated in England, and now lives in the United States. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D. Phil. in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford. He worked as a freelance reporter for the BBC and has written or edited thirty books. Guinness is a frequent speaker at conferences and universities around the world. He lives with his wife in McLean, Virginia. They have one son.