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Why Do We Hurt?

The Problem(S) of Pain
  • By C. Nathan Vannatta
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Why do we hurt? This is a question asked all through history by the rich and the poor, the slave and the free, the weak and the powerful, and the intellectuals and the dreamers. All of us experience pain and the physical and emotional suffering that it can bring. For many, this question has deep theological undertones and has posed a challenge to their faith in God. Why is there so much evil and suffering, and how can we stop it? What is the purpose of pain? Is there even a purpose? If there is a god, why is all this pain allowed to continue? Why Do We Hurt? is a biblically rooted and deeply practical exploration of these questions and more. Readers will find spiritual nourishment, inspiration, and insight on each page. Using clinical stories to illustrate main themes, author C. Nathan Vannatta addresses the many problems posed by the reality of pain. Combining arguments from logic, philosophy, neuroscience, and biblical exegesis, the issue of pain and suffering is addressed from various perspectives to lead readers to the hope we have in Christ.
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    • SKU: 9781664295469
    • Manufacturer: Westbow Pr
    • ISBN 13: 9781664295469
    • Publication Date: 04/12/2023
    • Format: Hardcover
    • Author: C. Nathan Vannatta

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