When God Doesn't Make Sense

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Tyndale House Pub, 1993 - Religion - 250 pages
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$lt;B>1994 Gold Medallion Award winner!$lt;/B>$lt;br>Every person who lives long enough will eventually encounter circumstances that are difficult to explain theologically. From years of counselling experience, Dr. James Dobson offers assurance of God's constant care, even when human suffering is beyond our comprehension.

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User Review  - Jareda - Goodreads

I wasn't sure what to expect when I got this book. Before this book, I had a lot go on in my life which questioned if God was still around me or heard me. This book answered a lot of questions that I was constantly asking. Read full review

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User Review  - Carilyn Afaganis - Goodreads

An important read, especially as a Christian to understand that sometimes life doesn't make sense (or even have to). Read full review

About the author (1993)

Child psychologist and author James C. Dobson was born April 21, 1936, in Shreveport, LA and educated at Pasadena College and the University of Southern California, where he received his Ph.D. in 1967. Dobson began his career as a teacher and counselor in public schools. He is founder and president of Focus on the Family, an organization that produces nationally broadcast radio programs on domestic issues. He has also served as co-director of research in the division of medical genetics at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. His books cover such topics as helping adolescents understand their sexuality and building stronger marital relationships. They include The New Dare to Discipline, 1992, When God Doesn't Make Sense, 1993, and Life on the Edge, 1995. He has contributed articles to Educational and Psychological Measurement, Journal of Developmental Reading, New England Journal of Medicine, and Journal of International Neurosciences Abstracts.

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