When God Doesn't Make Sense (Paperback)James C Dobson
Bringing hope to those who feel like giving up.
Do you sometimes wonder why God allows Christians to suffer trials and heartache? Why do disease, divorce, rejection, death and sorrow seep into your life? Have you ever asked the question: “Why would God permit this to happen to me?”
Dr Dobson, a Christian psychologist and family counsellor, tackles these questions in an insightful and compassionate way using the knowledge he has gained from studying Scripture over the years.
When God Doesn’t Make Sense will bring hope for when you feel like giving up and encouragement for when you are hurting. Dr Dobson will help you realize that God hasn’t abandoned you during the storms of life, but is right beside you. You will be left with the assurance that even when things don’t make sense, there is security and rest in the wisdom of the eternal Scriptures.
About the Author
Dr James Dobson is founder of Focus on the Family, a media and educational organization dedicated to the preservation of the home. Dr Dobson is heard daily by more than 200 million people on over 4,200 radio stations throughout the world. He is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in Child Development from the University of Southern California School of Medicine. He is the author of more than 50 books. Dr Dobson and his wife, Shirley, have two grown children and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
ByJames C Dobson
Size153 x 230 mm
Number of Pages264 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
Chuck Frye was a bright young man of 17, academi-
cally gifted and highly motivated. After graduating near
the top of his class in high school, he went on to col-
lege, where he continued to excel in his studies. Upon
completion of his B.S. degree, he applied for admit-
tance to several medical schools. The competition for
acceptance was, and is, fi erce. At the time, I was a pro-
fessor at the University of Southern California School
of Medicine, where only 106 students were admitted
each year out of 6,000 applicants. That was typical of
accredited medical programs in that era. Despite these
long odds, Chuck was accepted at the University of
Arizona School of Medicine and began his formal train-
ing in September.