Contents: The Answer of Job - Some Theological Answers - The Divine Government - Pain - Life's Incompleteness - Moral Evil - Death - Accidents and Calamities - Mental Disease and Decay - Is God a Father?
In these chapters the author discusses at length the principal ones of life's dark problems. He does not undertake to answer all the questions which any one might ask, nor does he feel under obligation to do this. He holds, as all reasonable persons mast, that to the finite mind an infinite universe must always be a mystery. All men need is solid standing ground under their feet and light enough to take the next step in advance. In this spirit of modesty, then, he attempts to say none of these difficulties is utterly overwhelming, but that in spite of them there is reason to trust in God and look forward with most inspiring hope to the future.
The book ought to be helpful to those who are inclined to hold pessimistic views of the universe or who are crushed and helpless under specific burdens of their own.
-British Books in Print, Volume 6 
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