Frustrated with God: A Syrian Theologian's Reflections on Habakkuk

Book, 2016, 80 pp
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The dilemma of pain and suffering has always been a subject of discussion for theologians, philosophers and ordinary people. This dilemma becomes more complicated when it is related to God’s holiness, love and mercy. Many questions come to mind when we face pain and suffering. We even become frustrated with God himself as we ask him “Why?” and “How long?” This book, that was born out of the so-called “Arab spring” particularly the Syrian crisis, addresses these and other questions from the perspective of an ancient prophet called Habakkuk. Will we be able to find the right answers? Will God respond?

Includes chapter discussion questions.

(4 sessions)
"This exposition of Habakkuk is punctuated with real life stories from war-embroiled Syria. It is a book written about, and for, crises that threaten to overwhelm faith." - Havilah Dharamraj, Ph.D., SAIACS, India

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