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  • Seamands, Stephen (2010-12-13)
    This article presents a view of the concept of Divine justice and human suffering. Each of the three authors deals with responses of anger and the "Why" question. Seamands focuses the reader on the Cross as the instrument ...
  • Thompson, David (2010-12-13)
    We will do well to stake our faith in the cross and know that God is for us, that God loves us, and that Jesus died for us. We need not remain cut off from God when we are plunged into suffering. God met our deepest need ...
  • Walls, Jerry (2010-12-13)
    Walls outlines theodicy—God and justice—from three positions, i.e. free will, free choice and the cost of freedom. These positions bring an individual to a crossroads. Suffering and tragedy are part of life and everyone ...
  • Buckwater, H. Douglas (2010-12-13)
    Buckwalter presents several questions in dealing with Christology including a working definition. In seeking to clarify the issues he raises in the introductory questions, Buckwalter suggests several areas for investigation ...
  • Cunningham, Bobby B. (2010-12-13)
    As we forgive, we are forgiven. Or is it the other way around; we have been forgiven, therefore, we forgive. This is a good time to review the case-study material on forgiveness derived from your role as pastor/counselor. ...

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