pain and suffering
Suffering is as much a part of the human experience as death and more so than taxes. As a physiotherapist, I see people every...
The tension between a loving God and earthly pain is one that has confounded many—but there are a group of people who have dedicated themselves to providing answers and clearing up misconceptions.
The play God on Trial aims to tackle one of the most difficult questions in all of human existence—should we blame God for the suffering of humankind?
Great stories always have a good guy and a bad guy. But what about the story of everything? How do we explain morality and love in a broken world?
Loki's season finale attempted to answer some big questions. . . but its desire to set up the next story meant the answers it provided were less than perfect.
On the traditional Passover Feast table there are many food dishes. It’s not about a good meal, however, but about how they represent the loving sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
If your perception of the church is gilded cathedrals and televangelists fundraising for an upgrade to their private jet, you might wonder whether the God of the Bible really cares about those who are forgotten and abused.
Clifford Goldstein explores that age-old question of why God created humans with the capacity to do evil things.