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Walking Through Shadows Finding Meaning in a World of Pain
by Ken Ham
The authors draw on their own experiences and also use the Bible to answer hard questions of pain and present an answer for hurting people.
Hardcover, 140 pages
Published September 23rd 2003 by Master Books
(first published August 1st 2002)
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I really enjoyed this book. This book is writen for a Christian that is sruggling with grief. I lost both my parents the past year and a half. This book shows that suffering is the result of sin. The two authors come at this from different persectives. Carl Wieland suffered himself as a result of a terrible accident and Ken Ham was a caregiver to a brother suffering from a debilitating nerological disorder. The authors used scripture and encouraged the reader.
This book is relevant to both Christians and non-Christians. If you've ever struggled with the question of why a loving God would allow pain and suffering, especially to nice people or Christians totally devoted to God, then this will go a long way to answering your questions. The answers come from the Bible, but also through the personal experiences of deep pain by the authors (Carl Wieland and Ken Ham).
Dr. Ken Ham is the president of Answers in Genesis USA and is a well-known speaker and author on the subject of Young-Earth Creationism. He received a bachelor degree in applied science (emphasis on environmental biology) from the Queensland Institute of Technology, and a Diploma of Education from the University of Queensland. He has also received two honorary doctorates: a Doctor of Divinity from ...moreMore about Ken Ham...