10 March 2016

Good God: The One We Want to Believe In But Are Afraid to Embrace by Lucas Miles

If we are honest, at some point we all struggle with the question, "Why does God allow pain, suffering, and evil?" Good God introduces the God we all want to believe in but have been too fearful to embrace. With the Bible as his guide, Lucas Miles takes readers on a journey, tipping over some "sacred cows" along the way, to uncover the lost and forgotten nature of the Creator of the Universe and discover a real relationship with him through the person of Jesus Christ: God's goodness incarnate.

In the face of bad and evil, the question of God’s goodness often arises and shines doubt into his character. Lucas Miles takes on the challenge of this thinking in Good God: The One We Want to Believe In But Are Afraid to Embrace and determines to show the goodness innate in God’s character, as well as how his readers can find a true relationship with Him. The topic poses many challenging questions, yet Miles offers thought-provoking arguments with plenty of compelling and relevant material throughout his book. Good God is certainly an interesting book and will provide plenty of food for thought and discussion - it’s a worthwhile read for interested readers.

Thanks to Worthy’s First Look, I received a copy of Good God and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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