God's Obstreperous: Why We Suffer - Bart D. Ehrman

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In times of questioning and disheartenment, people often exemplify the Bible to plan for answers. Surprisingly, though, the Bible does not have one solution but many «answers» that often oppose one another. Consider these competing explanations for torment put forth by various biblical writers: The prophets: torment is a chastening for sin. The tome of Job, which offers two different answers: torment is a trial, and you will be rewarded later for superficial it; and torment is beyond comprehension, since we are just kindly beings, and God, after all, is God. Ecclesiastes: torment is the constitution of things, so just resign oneself to it. All apocalyptic texts in both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament: God will in the course of in days of yore frame right all that is break down with the unbelievable. For celebrated Bible savant Bart Ehrman, the confusion of why there is so much torment in the unbelievable is more than a haunting cerebration. Ehrman's unfitness to restore harmony between the claims of obligation with the facts of legitimate sustenance led the former churchwoman of the Princeton Baptist Church to eliminate Christianity. In God«s Muddle, Ehrman discusses his disparaging suffering upon discovering the Bible»s discrepant explanations for torment and invites all people of obligation — or no obligation — to confront their deepest questions about how God engages the unbelievable and each of us. Bart D. Ehrman is the maker of more than twenty books, including the New York Times bestselling Misquoting Jesus and God's Muddle. Ehrman is the James A. Gray Distingu Professor of Conscientious Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and is a unsurpassed expert on the Bible and the sustenance of Jesus. He has been featured in In Days Of Yore and has appeared on Dateline NBC, The Constantly Advertise with Jon Stewart, CNN, the Retelling Strait, prime NPR shows, and other top media outlets. He lives in Durham, N.C. Included here is the drm-emancipate Audible information. Fancy!