What in the World Is God Up To?: Why Things Are the Way They Are and What You Can Do about It.

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Sickness, suffering, death grief, violence, injustice, graft, crime, greed, political corruption, and war form a short list of the evils faced by people every day. If you haven't been touched by one or more of these things at some point in your life, the odds are good you will be. But if you're like most people you already know from experience more about many of these things than you'd like to.

If God is totally good and loving, and He created all things and pronounced them very...

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Overview

Sickness, suffering, death grief, violence, injustice, graft, crime, greed, political corruption, and war form a short list of the evils faced by people every day. If you haven't been touched by one or more of these things at some point in your life, the odds are good you will be. But if you're like most people you already know from experience more about many of these things than you'd like to.

If God is totally good and loving, and He created all things and pronounced them very good, how did things get to be this way? What is going on? What in the world is God up to? And if He's is up to something good, how can you get in on it?

This little book has answers. Written in a no-nonsense, conversational style, it places complex theological ideas within the grasp of the average reader. So prepare to be blessed as you find out why things are the way they are and what you can do about it.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983575924
  • Publisher: Iroquois Point Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/5/2013
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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