Oh My God! - James King

Oh My God!

By James King

  • Release Date: 2016-05-29
  • Genre: Religião e espiritualidade
  • Size: 348.9 KB

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Description

Why are we here? Why is life unfair? Why does God allow misery, poverty, illness, crime, war and evil? Why do decent law-abiding people need Jesus? Does science really disprove or contradict the Bible? Why are prayers unanswered? Was Jesus God? Does Satan exist? What is the true message of the Bible and how does it compare with traditional centuries old teachings?
As a Christian and a scientist I have contemplated many views which appear at first to be contradictory. With greater understanding of both areas the conflicts become more complementary and even work in harmony.
This book is a personal quest for satisfactory answers to these difficult questions. I have tried to support all the answers with biblical quotes rather than the opinions of theologians. In short this book is written by a layman in a simple manner to maintain clarity and to promote understanding.
Many questions arose from my random pondering and others from individuals wishing to develop their understanding by challenging concepts often avoided by traditional Christian teaching. I have employed my experiences and a personal perspective but many of the questions are a collection from many different individuals. Some answers appear simple while others are more complex. To God we are all individuals with unique relationships. It is no surprise then that we each follow different paths on our respective journeys. What makes the Bible special is that it can be read with the confidence that the true message will remain unchanging for ever. I hope to make this message available to as wide an audience as possible in the hope that as many as possible will have the opportunity to make a decision based on their understanding rather than the opinions of others.

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