Why Does God Allow Evil?
Compelling Answers for Life’s Toughest Questions
By Clay Jones
Grasping These Truths Will Change Your View of God Forever
If God is good, why is there so much evil in the world? Christians and non-Christians alike struggle with the concept of a loving God who allows widespread suffering in this life and never-ending punishment in hell. We wrestle with questions such as…
- Why do bad things happen to good people?
- Why should we have to pay for Adam’s sin?
- How can eternal judgment be fair?
Clay Jones, a professor of Christian apologetics at Biola University, takes an unflinching look at the Bible’s response to these questions and more. As you explore what Scripture truly says about the nature of evil, you’ll discover afresh the contrasting abundance of God’s grace, the overwhelming joy of heaven, and the extraordinary destiny of believers.
Why does God allow evil? The answer might surprise you—and bring you to your knees.
Buy Now:'Why Does God Allow Evil?' by Clay Jones now available for pre-order! Click To Tweet
Discovering Hope in the Psalms: A Creative Bible Study Experience
By Pam Farrel, Jean E. Jones & Karla Dornacher
This Isn’t Your Average Bible Study
Explore God’s Word on a deeper level and engage with his truth in fresh ways! This study on select psalms of hope invites you beneath the surface to discover the incredible design and purpose of this inspired Hebrew poetry.
Perfect for group discussion or personal reflection, Discovering Hope in the Psalms offers valuable teachings, motivating devotions, and a multitude of creative options for interacting with the 10 psalms covered—including beautiful artwork to color. These psalms will show you how to…
- recall the Lord’s lavish care when you are in need
- rejoice in God’s mercy when you confess your sins
- recognize God’s goodness when life seems unfair
- respond with hope-filled prayer when troubles abound
- return with thanksgiving when God answers your prayers
Immerse your mind, heart, and soul in the hope flowing through the psalms.