Why Bad Things Happen to Good People
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Why Bad Things Happen to Good People

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Explains tragedy from a spiritual standpoint and how we should respond. Considers the question in depth, addressing the standard atheist challenge: why would a just and loving God permit... (insert your favorite atrocity here.) Examines the Prosperity Gospel – Name it and claim it! Is suffering due to our failure to live up to God’s requirements? Is it a test of our faith?...more
Published December 1st 2011 by Smashwords Edition
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Anna Weber
M. E. Brines works at creating a basic understanding of one's surroundings and the control we have over our life. Sometimes acceptance is in order, as are just dealing with some issues and overcoming others.
According to the author, bad things or difficulties happen to us as a consequence of our exercise of "free will".

What we ought to do is to pray for deliverance.

If nothing good comes out of it, we should not lose hope, after all God is in charge, and he loves us.
Good book but maybe a little
over my head in places.
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M.E. Brines spent the Cold War assembling atomic artillery shells and preparing to unleash the Apocalypse (and has a medal to prove it.) But when peace broke out, he turned his fevered, paranoid imagination to other pursuits. Designer of more than twenty sci-fi wargames and the Fantasy Nations play-by-e-mail game (all available below) he spends his spare time scribbling yet another steampunk roman...more
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