By February 21, 2010Two segments from the novel | Safely Home, by Randy Alcorn
Resources: Suffering and Evil
By July 5, 2010The following paragraphs represent a sixth draft of a statement of principles developed by a diverse group of pastors and professors representing various evangelical traditions. I am the primary author of this document, but it has been developed with extensive interaction in the group. |
By February 21, 2010From | Lord Foulgrin’s Letters, a novel by Randy Alcorn (inspired by C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters)
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Question from a reader:If God created all things, then doesn’t that mean he created evil? Isaiah 45:7 “I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.”
By October 12, 2010Randy's 45-minute message during a Friday seminar at the 2010 Desiring God Conference, which had the theme "Think: The Life of the Mind & the Love of God." |
By June 14, 2010Randy Alcorn talking about evil and suffering on Family Life Today. This is a three part series that aired June 16-18, 2010. |
By September 5, 2007God is not the author of evil. Neither, however, is He ever the victim of evil. His hands are never tied by evil. He's never painted into a corner by evil. When Jesus went to the cross He didn't fall into Satan's trap—Satan fell into His. Wills were being exercised, but men weren't calling the shots—God was. |
Do you have any resources for an agnostic friend who says he can't believe in a good God who allows bad things to happen?
By March 30, 2011Do you have any resources for an agnostic friend who says he can't believe in a good kind, loving God who would allow such terrible things to happen to people (abuse, famine, floods, etc.)? Randy's book | If God is Good deals with your friend’s questions as well as many others agnostics may have.