Godforsaken: Bad Things Happen. Is there a God who cares? Yes. Here's proof.
By: Dinesh D'Souza
I’m really glad I have read this book. In Godforsaken, D'Souza tackles what is perhaps one of the most important questions ever posed: How can God be good and still allow evil and suffering in this world? I think that most of us would love to know the answer to this question. D'Souza provides strong, reasonable answers to this and provides powerful arguments to Christian apologists. His strongest arguments are on moral evil and free will. I’m the kind of reader will just appreciate one chapter from any book that I read. In Part 3: Moral Evil (Chapter 5) Free to Choose: Omnipotence and Human Freedom is well worth the read of this book. I don’t want give the farm away to readers who have not read this book.
This is a must read for all Christian who called himself a Christian apologist. In Godforsaken, D'Souza provided many solid answers. “How can God be good and still allow evil and suffering in this world?” to our Atheist friends like Richard Dawkins and the late Christopher Hitchens. Please buy a copy for your church library as well.
Disclosure: Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a copy of Godforsaken: Bad Things Happen. Is there a God who cares? Yes. Here's proof. However, all views expressed in this post are that of my own.