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WHI-1198 | Why Suffering?

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After surveying the book of Job and especially its message on suffering, we'll continue our series on Suffering & the Christian Life by tackling some of the tough questions that come up with this topic. Should we see suffering as a form of divine punishment? Is God trying to teach us something? If God really loves us, why does he allow us to experience so much pain and difficulty? Those are the crucial questions we'll deal with on this edition of White Horse Inn.After surveying the book of Job and especially its message on suffering, we'll continue our series on Suffering & the Christian Life by tackling some of the tough questions that come up with this topic. Should we see suffering as a form of divine punishment? Is God trying to teach us something? If God really loves us, why does he allow us to experience so much pain and difficulty? Those are the crucial questions we'll deal with on this edition of White Horse Inn.


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  • Guest - Rev. Rebecca Strader

    Good description of a Reformed theology today. Just had someone leave my PC(USA) church for a Baptist church because I wasn't preaching enough about how sinful people are (too much preaching about God's love and our response)!

    Rebecca Strader

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  • Guest - Paul Swift

    Rebecca Strader,

    What informs the members of the church who hear you preach as to how much "preaching about how sinful people are" is appropriate?

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