Flaw in the Universe, The
Natural Disaster and Human Sin
Natural disasters and human suffering imply the universe is flawed. However, combining scientific and religious explanations produces a remarkable conclusion.
When we look at the world around us, one of the most common observations is that things have a tendency to go wrong. People make mistakes, have accidents and some of them commit deliberate acts of violence. Disease affects every single species of plant and animal on the planet. Natural disasters kill millions of people and decimate animal populations. Countless people and animals suffer through no fault of their own. Scientists explain these events in various ways depending upon whether they involve errors in human choices and actions or whether they are caused by natural events. Christian theologians give us a different set of religious explanations. At times it can appear as if there is a fundamental flaw in the universe. In this book, Adrian Hough uses his training and expertise as both a scientist and a theologian to approach this flaw from both directions and comes up with the astonishing result that both sets of reasoning might have the same fundamental explanation. Using this discovery he then develops a way of reconciling belief in a loving God with the hurt and damage which is caused when things go wrong.
A. J. Russell
The forgotten art of experiencing God in the depths of the present moment
The Making of a Mystic
A New Framework for Christian Belief
Adrian B. Smith
A Lent Course Based on the Film Creation
Why you don't have to choose either a literal creator God or a blind, indifferent universe
Reasonable Pathways through the Problems of Christian Beliefs and Ethics
Do we have to choose?