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God of All Comfort: A Trinitarian Response to the Horrors of This World

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How does God respond to trauma in a world full of horrors?

Beyond their physical and emotional toll, the horrors of this world raise difficult theological and existential questions. Where is God in the darkest moments of the human experience? Is there any hope for recovery from the trauma generated by these horrors? There are no easy answers to these questions.
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published April 24th 2019 by Lexham Press
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Charlene
Just finished reading the front matter and chapter 1 which is the introduction. What strikes me thus far is the excessive use of the word "horror". What also strikes me is the word "comfort" or phrase "God of All Comfort" has yet to used with the exception of the title.

Speaking of the title, the words I just mentioned above are both in the title however the word used excessively in the front matter and first chapter is used in the subtitle.

I certainly hope this is not a book just about horrors.
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Rev. Dr. Scott Harrower is Assistant Professor of Theology and History at the Melbourne School of Theology in Australia. He has authored various articles in theology and historical theology.