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God and Human Suffering
PDF, 128 pages, 39.7 Mb
by Robert J. Dunzweiler



 These classroom notes were used in a course taught at Biblical Theological Seminary.

        The audio lectures included here are from a series of sermons delivered at a local church.


God and Human Suffering Lecture Notes:  PDF, 128 pages, 39.7 Mb



Contents of Lecture Notes:
I.   A Definition of Human Suffering
II. The Scope of Human Suffering
III. The Root Causes of Human Suffering
IV. God's Role in Human Suffering
V. A Biblical Attitude toward Responsibility for Human Suffering.
VI. God's Gracious Prevention and Alleviation
VII. A Biblical View of Deliverance from Suffering
       in the Present Life.
VIII. An Enlarged Conception of God's Role in Human Suffering
IX. God's Purposes in Suffering in Believers' Lives
X. God's Uses of Suffering in Believers' Lives
XI. Appropriate Responses to Human Suffering
XII. The Search for Meaning in Suffering


Audio Lectures
Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3 Lecture 4
 

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Last updated: March 01, 2005.


Last updated: March 01, 2005.