Sometimes life isn't fair, but we expect it to be. Why else would
we be so angry and hurt when it isn't? We wonder:
- If God is a God of
love, why is there so much suffering in the world?
- Can any meaning be
found in pain, loss and suffering?
- Why do evil people
seem to prosper?
- Why does life have
to hurt so much?
- Why do terrible things seem to happen to nice
- Why does life have to hurt so much?
- Isn't there an easier way to grow?
- Can any meaning be found in pain, loss and
Written in a highly readable and
thought-provoking style, Joel Freeman encourages readers
to seek a greater understanding of their feelings of loss
and grief through personal reflection. He also prompts
discussion about their expectations of themselves, God and
This book is not filled with glib answers, which serve to drive
honest strugglers into deeper disillusionment. Drawing on
his years of experience in counseling people through their
grief and suffering, Dr. Freeman provides a framework upon
which can be found true, lasting peace and security.
Endorsed by Joni Eareckson Tada, Billy Graham, Paul Meier and
others, "God Is Not Fair" presents helpful insights,
poignant stories and touches of humor in revealing a
biblical perspective on these questions. You are about to
embark upon a remarkable journey.