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Does God Need Glasses?

Evil and Genesis



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Does God Need Glasses? by Richard Mure Exelby
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Ever wondered how God can be Love, yet allow so much Evil? -Or know anyone who has? Maybe this is the book for you! Modelling himself on C.S.Lewis, the writer angles his approach and style as clearly and accessibly as possible because the Problem of Evil can easily get way too complicated. This brief work may be short, but both 'lay and learn d' should find food for thought here, and if they want more, there are 12 extra pages of end-notes. There are also links to a similar video series. Neither an 'apple tree' nor a 'tree of knowledge' are found anywhere in the Bible! The real 'Don't...' was '...Destroy Perfection!' The writer puts forward an angle of approach to the classic Problem of Evil and looks at the implications, touching on a range of subjects underway, e.g: Womankind: -the best kept till last! You matter! What was the 'Forbidden Fruit' really? Good-and-Evil Good -and Creator What about the Devil? Like Julian of Norwich, - whom he quotes- the writer has an view of the world that is ultimately optimistic. The final theme touched on is: The abolition of Evil! This book should spark off discussions in study-circles, adult Sunday-Schools, Young Peoples Fellowships, etc. and prove useful for students, Christian Schools, Libraries, Churches - and You!

Author Biography

Born in Canada in 1949, his family moved to England f when he was an infant. Some of his childhood was spent at Barnardo's (a boy's home, ) where he learnt a lot of Bible, without believing any of it. Much later, he became a Christian and has remained one since. At UEA he took a B.A in European Studies (History), learning Norwegian and focusing on Scandinavia. In 1973 he settled in Norway where he furthered his education, He took English and a Teaching Certificate at the University of Bergen. He married a Norwegian, and taught at Senior High School level for 33 years. iIn the meantime raised a family and took an Upper Master's Degree earning him the academic title "Lektor." His field of study was Christian Theology which he took at NLA University College. He wrote the first draft of his model for approaching the Problem of Evil in 1975. Megan Easley-Walsh is a bestselling author of historical fiction, a researcher, and a writing consultant and editor at Extra Ink Edits. She is an award-winning writer and has taught college writing in the UNESCO literature city of Dublin, Ireland. Her degrees are in history-focused International Relations. She is American and lives in Ireland with her Irish husband.
Release date NZ
May 2nd, 2018
Edited by Megan Easley-Walsh
8 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
Richard Mure Exelby
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