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How Long, O Lord? Reflections on Suffering and Evil

ISBN: 9781441250247

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This clear and accessible treatment of key biblical themes related to human suffering and evil is written by one of the most respected evangelical biblical scholars alive today. Carson brings together a close, careful exposition of key biblical passages with helpful pastoral applications. The second edition has been updated throughout.

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  • Title: How Long, O Lord? Reflections on Suffering and Evil
  • Author: D. A. Carson
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 240

About D. A. Carson

D. A. Carson is research professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is author or editor of numerous books, many of which are found in the D. A. Carson Collection and the D. A. Carson 'Love of God' Collection.

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Top Highlights

“Between the beginning and the end of the Bible, there is evil and there is suffering. But the point to be observed is that from the perspective of the Bible’s large-scale story line, the two are profoundly related: evil is the primal cause of suffering, rebellion is the root of pain, sin is the source of death.” (Page 40)

“Some of us thoroughly misunderstand a number of important texts.” (Page 26)

“Above all, many of us have not adequately reflected on the cross. We have been used to thinking of the cross as the means of our salvation; we have not thought much about what it means to take up our cross and die daily, or to fill up the sufferings of Christ.” (Page 27)

“The truth of the matter is that all we have to do is live long enough, and we will suffer.” (Page 16)

“It is to say that, in addition to holding that Christian beliefs are true and consistent, the Christian, to find comfort in them, must learn how to use them. Christian beliefs are not to be stacked in the warehouse of the mind; they are to be handled and applied to the challenges of life and discipleship. Otherwise they are incapable of bringing comfort and stability, godliness and courage, humility and joy, holiness and faith.” (Page 20)


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