"The Problem of Evil": Lecture #2 of The Faith Puzzle series

Christina’s Favorite Music

Books to Read

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Unspeakable: Facing up to the Challenge of Evil, Os Guiness

Os Guiness is always a thoughtful and insightful author. In this book he grapples with the topic of human evil. He examines both the causes and proposes solutions to man’s darkest dilemma.

 

The Problem of Pain, CS Lewis

 

This is one of the classic books dealing with pain and suffering from a Christian worldview.

 

Disappointment with God: Three Questions No One Asks Aloud, Philip Yancey

 

Yancey is one who has long wrestled with the topic of pain and suffering and those times when God just doesn’t seem to make sense. He writes with honesty and sensitivity.

 

Can Man Live Without God? Ravi Zaccharias

 

Ravi is a world renowned speaker and author who has addressed audiences ranging from the United Nations to major universities. He presents a thoughtful and compelling case for the man’s intrinsic need for relationship with God.

 

The Case for Faith Lee Strobel

 

Journalist and former atheist, Lee Strobel interviews a variety of leading thinkers and asks the hard questions about faith

 

Links to Explore

A Lecture by Ravi Zaccharias...

...on the topic of Suffering and the Goodness of God

A Debate Between...

...Professor John Lennox and Michael Shermer on the nature of evil and suffering

Professor Mary Poplin...

...tells her story of moving from atheism to faith and meeting Mother Theresa

Lessons from My Daughter

...Jo Dee Ahmann blogs about her journey in the passing of her daughter, Christina

Right & Wrong: A Clue to Meaning in the Universe

This discussion is taken from some of CS Lewis's writing