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Beyond Complaint: When Lament Leads to Praise

  • March 20, 2018 | Hebrews 11:1

Before experiencing a personal tragedy, Christian philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff had abstract answers to one of the hardest questions of faith: why do God’s people suffer? But the abstract answers he worked out in philosophical proofs were of little use to him when his own adult son, Eric, died in a tragic accident. Wolterstorff writes in his book Lament for a Son, “The wounds of all humanity are an unanswered question.”

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