Item description for Why Do Bad Things Happen If God Is Good? (Rhodes, Ron) by Ron Rhodes...
Overview Harvest House Print On Demand Title Believers who need a tonic for their faith, caregivers who support people in pain, and seekers who are wrestling with the philosophical problem of evil will find helpful answers in this encouraging and enlightening discussion.
When a cross-section of Americans was asked, "If you could ask God one question and knew He would give you an answer, what would you ask?" the top response was, "Why is there so much pain and suffering in the world?"
Bible scholar, speaker, and author Ron Rhodes addresses this issue with the heart of a pastor and the mind of an apologist. Debunking non-Christian responses to the problem of pain, Ron explores the unshakable biblical truths that provide a strong foundation in stormy times.
Believers who need a tonic for their faith, caregivers who support people in pain, and seekers who are wrestling with the philosophical problem of evil will find helpful answers in this encouraging and enlightening discussion.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.42" Width: 6.42" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2004
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736912967 ISBN13 9780736912969
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More About Ron Rhodes
If you are looking for a source to expand your prophetic horizons, Ron Rhodes is at the top of the list. His primary website, Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries is packed with valuable information, a teaching and resource ministry that specializes in defending Christianity against atheists, agnostics, skeptics, the cults, world religions, and any group teaching false doctrine. His ministry is dedicated to producing concise materials that enable Christians to defend their faith.
Ron has amazingly authored over 60 books. Each publication is impressive. His work is some of the best for armoring Christians against the anti-biblical assaults gaining momentum each day. Three of his books are Silver Medallion winners. His formal education: Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary (1986). Major: Systematic Theology. Graduated with High Honors. Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (1983). Major: Systematic Theology. Graduated with Honors. Elected to Dean's List. B.A., Houston Baptist University (1979). Recipient of the Greek Excellence Award.
From 1988-1995 Ron was Associate Editor of the Christian Research Journal, editor of the Christian Research Newsletter and co-host the Christian Research Institute's popular national radio show, The Bible Answer Man.
Most of Ron’s time today is spent involved in his non-profit ministry, writing and making guest appearances as keynote speaker at conferences across the U.S. and Canada. He regularly addresses current issues in the media and teaches cult apologetics through his books and website and when time permits he lectures at Veritas Evangelical Seminary, Dallas Theological Seminary, Talbot Seminary and Biola University and other well-known seminaries. Ron Rhodes is also a frequent guest and contributor to various national media outlets, from magazines, television and radio shows. This man deserves to be placed in the “expert” category.
Dr. Rhode’s oversees his ministry staff in the researching and publication of fact sheets, booklets, and outlines dealing with a vast numbers of growing cutting-edge topics. He offers many of these items free of charge. His website is continuoulsy updated with new articles and resources staying current with the fast-moving issues effecting Chritianity and the world in general. Dr. Rhode’s excellent resources are outstanding for understanding how to witness to cults and all non-Christians alike, and those who believe they are Christians but are caught-up in liberal theology and questionable doctrines.
Ron Rhodes currently resides in Frisco, in the state of Texas.