What’s the Difference Between The Goodness of God and If God Is Good?
October 15, 2010
The Goodness of God is a specially focused condensation of If God Is Good, which also includes additional new material. It's perfect for those who want a book that contains the heart of the material from If God Is Good in a shorter book.
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Looking for a book study this fall? Then I’d encourage you to check out our newly released If God Is Good Study Guide.
What Do You Want Readers to Take Away from If God Is Good?
Unbelievers and believers have the same heart-cry in response to evil and suffering: “Something's terribly wrong.” We know we were made for something far better. But our heart-cry itself is revealing—why do we expect more or hope for more?
If God Is Good...What Is This Book About?
My new book If God Is Good addresses what is arguably the greatest issue in human history: the problem of evil and suffering.
Readers' Responses to The Goodness of God
I can't say that this book answered all my questions, or that everything made perfect sense to me, but there were several light bulb moments for me as I read through it. It also opened the door for some further discussion with my husband. -A.
Endorsements and Book Reviews of The Goodness of God
In true “Alcorn fashion,” Randy gently, but effectively, teaches through his writings about God’s goodness.
If God Is Good: Partial Annotated Bibliography
I research extensively and love doing it. While what follows isn’t comprehensive, it does contain many of the books I read while working on If God Is Good.
If God Is Good: Table of Contents
Read the table of contents in Randy Alcorn's book If God Is Good.
If God Is Good: Chapter Summaries
More people point to the problem of evil and suffering as their reason for not believing in God than any other—it is not merely a problem, it is the problem.