Tornadoes. Tsunamis. Earthquakes. Hurricanes. Why
does God allow such disasters to happen? Our hearts ache when we remember the
hundreds of thousands of people left homeless and without hope when Hurricane
Katrina crashed against the Gulf Coast. Or the staggering death toll in Japan
after the island’s earthquake and tsunami swept away entire villages. Whether
we see the devastating accounts of a natural disaster in the news or personally
face a catastrophe, we find ourselves asking, are these truly the acts of a
loving and compassionate God?
In An Act of God? (an updated edition of the
previously published Where Was God?), pastor and bestselling author
Erwin W. Lutzer tackles this tough subject head-on, offering real answers as
well as comfort and hope to those who struggle with challenges to their faith.
In doing so, he addresses the questions we all ask, including: Does God care
about what happens in this world? Do natural disasters mean God is angry with
us? Can we still trust God? What, if anything, can we say to those who are
suffering? If you’ve ever felt helpless and confused by the horrors of natural
disasters, devastation, or loss, step inside this audio where you’ll get to
know the real face of God, and find the answers to some of life’s most
difficult questions. Download and start listening now!