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The Question That Never Goes Away

The Question That Never Goes Away

By Philip Yancey
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.44 Stars

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On 4/15 Amateur Nester wrote: Why: The Question That Never Goes Away by Philip Yancey is a follow-up to his classic bestseller “Where is God When It Hurts?” Why explores the question of “Where is God when we suffer?” At 166 pages, the book is relatively short, but perhaps it’s because the book lacks pages and pages and ... An Excellent Follow Up on the Topic of Suffering

Amateur Nester's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/2 Jennifer Wilson wrote: The Question That Never Goes Away by Zondervan PublishingMy rating: 5 of 5 starsPhilip Yancey was required reading in a Freshman Bible class in college, but it's because he has good things to say.  Twenty years later, he has written a sequel to Where is God When It Hurts (which eBooks were given ... Book Review: The Question that Never Goes Away

Jennifer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/18 Tim Hinrichs wrote: Phillip Yancey returns to his book “Where is God when it hurts?” and responds once again to tragedy in the light of three recent tragedies: the war in Sarajevo, the tsunami in Japan, and the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary. He spends much of his time making it very clear that there are no easy ... Touching!

Tim's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/12 Clifton Ditmore wrote: OVERVIEW: In his classic book Where Is God When it Hurts?, Philip Yancey gave us permission to doubt, reasons not to abandon faith, and practical ways to reach out to hurting people. And now, thirty-five years after writing his first book, Yancey revisits our cry of "Why, God?" in three places stunned ... THE QUESTION THAT NEVER GOES AWAY--WHY

Clifton's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/10 Jim Hartman wrote: Guest Post by Margie Gamble"The Question that Never Goes Away - Why" by Phillip Yancy starts out being an interesting concept of what people might be going through in times of tragedies and what they might be feeling and thinking. It seems that most people blame God for what is going on in their lives, ... Book Review: The Question that Never Goes Away - WHY by Phillip Yancy

Jim's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/5 dckenney wrote: This lenten season, I decided to teach the book of Job to my congregation, which means I took the obvious route and decided to think about “Why do bad things happen to good people?” Philip Yancy’s new book “The Question that Never Goes Away” addresses this very primal question. Why? Why do tsunamis happen and ... The Question that Never Goes Away

dckenney's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/17 Cheryl Cope wrote: Being a sequel to Where Is God When It Hurts?, “The Question” in this book is basically the same one. Or along similar lines, why do bad things happen to good people?, or why does God allow evil to take its awful course?, or how could a good God possibly allow such a calamity? The question never ... The Quesion That Never Goes Away by Philip Yancey

Cheryl Cope's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/12 Book Nerd wrote: Where exactly is God when life hurts? Philip Yancey addressed that question in the prequel to this new book (The Question that never goes away – WHY). First off let me state this updated text is hardback and the printing format is different. Let me say, that the book is very readable and is in traditional ... Stop avoiding the question and ask...

Book Nerd's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/11 Chris Land wrote: Suffering is not an easy subject to write about nor preach. As American Christians, we think suffering should not happen because God is a god of comfort. The reason I lower cased "god" is to point out that people have turned God into a false god which means a god of their own minds. Yes, God is good ... Book Review: The Question That Never Goes Away by Philip Yancey

Chris 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/9 Callie Glorioso-Mays wrote: I think I should rename this series "books from the pile on my bedside table".  And by 'bedside table' I mean the metal folding chair that I use as a bedside table.  My life is so glamourous!  ;)  This week I have been actively reading three books: one to review, one to enjoy, and ... currently reading: The Question That Never Goes Away

Callie Glorioso-Mays' Rating:

5 Stars