I wish the activity was also for me to answer the question, because I feel like I have a good handle on it after finishing Randy's book. It took a long time to read as it is really in-depth and looks at all sorts of angles. It is divided into 11 sections ranging from "Understanding evil: its origins, nature and consequences" to "Living meaningfully in suffering".
Each section is like a mini-sermon which can be taken on its own or in the greater context of the book. Filled with real-life stories and examples to make things easier to read, and also clearer, the book, though long is not tiring, and really goes in depth into this subject.
One quote that really spoke to me is and sums it up well is this:
"The world has gone terribly wrong.
God is going to fix it.
First, for his eternal glory.
Second, for our eternal good. "
I would highly recommend this book for anyone searching for the meaning in suffering, or working with people who are.
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