When God Doesn't Make Sense

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Tyndale House, 1993 - Religion - 250 pages
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1994 Gold Medallion Award winner!
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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Thank you for a great book

User Review  - NEHL - Christianbook.com

This book grapples many of the 'unanswerable' questions that all people, including Christians face squarely and fairly. Job well done, Dr. Dobson. Read full review

Easy to understand

User Review  - cstolle - Christianbook.com

My grandmother recently passed and I bought this to give to my granddad. Praying it helps with his questons. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

James C. Dobson was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on April 21, 1936. He received an undergraduate degree from Pasadena College and a Ph.D. in child development from the University of Southern California. He was an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Southern California School of Medicine and on the attending staff of Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. He was founder and president of Focus on the Family, an organization that produces nationally broadcast radio programs on domestic issues, but is no longer affiliated with the organization because of significant philosophical differences with the new leadership. He is founder and president of Family Talk, a nonprofit organization that produces his radio program, Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk. He is the author of more than 30 books dedicated to the preservation of the family including The New Dare to Discipline, Love for a Lifetime, When God Doesn't Make Sense, Life on the Edge, Love Must Be Tough, The New Strong-Willed Child, Marriage Under Fire, and Head Over Heels.

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