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Friday, 28 Feb 2014

"Throughout we are reminded that we form a fellowship of sufferers, together with Christ in whom we find life, hope, and peace. But the glory of Christ was the way of the cross."
Surveying the evangelical landscape, those of us of Calvinist or Reformation conviction are supposed to be the intellectual types, the so-called smarty-pants always ready with an answer. At any rate, that's our reputation. But what do we say when it comes to the difficult and intensely personal "why" questions that arise in the midst of suffering? This is our topic for this issue of Modern Reformation. We begin with the White Horse Inn radio hosts in an introductory discussion of the book of Job. Here we learn that this story ...

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