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MLK, Suffering, and Meaning Cherie Harder Wednesday, April 21, 2021 By any measure, these are times of deep and widespread suffering. More than 500,000 people have died from Covid since the pandemic struck. More than 100 mass shootings (defined as those resulting in four or more people injured or killed, not counting the perpetrator) have
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In his book “What’s So Amazing About Grace?” Philip Yancey describes a conference on comparative religions where experts from around the world debated which belief, if any, was unique to the Christian faith. C.S. Lewis happened to enter the room during the discussion. When he was told the topic was Christianity’s unique contribution among world

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Recently, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner was interviewed by Elizabeth Eisenstadt-Evans, a religion columnist, in the aftermath of his recent New York Times column on pain, suffering and the Christian faith. The interview is below. Was there something happening in your own life that prompted you to write your “Where Is God?” column? I have been a

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These days I find I’m more alert to the grief and sorrow around me than I once was. In part it’s a product of my age, of youth giving way. I’m guessing my situation is not that different from many of yours. Last month I checked in on a childhood friend whose 13-year-old son committed

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