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If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?

If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad? Best Read || [Benjamin Blech] - If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?, If God Is Good Why Is the World So Bad In these troubled times people are asking very difficult questions about God and their faith If I suffer does that mean I deserve it Why do innocent people especially children die tragically How c

  • Title: If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?
  • Author: Benjamin Blech
  • ISBN: 9780757301230
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback

If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad? Best Read || [Benjamin Blech], If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?, Benjamin Blech, If God Is Good Why Is the World So Bad In these troubled times people are asking very difficult questions about God and their faith If I suffer does that mean I deserve it Why do innocent people especially children die tragically How can God be so cruel Does God ever intervene during times of trouble Who really runs the world God or man Do my prayers do any good Why does God allow sickness If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad? Best Read || [Benjamin Blech] - If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?, If God Is Good Why Is the World So Bad In these troubled times people are asking very difficult questions about God and their faith If I suffer does that mean I deserve it Why do innocent people especially children die tragically How c

  • If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad? Best Read || [Benjamin Blech]
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If God Is Good, Why Is the World So Bad?

About "Benjamin Blech"

  1. Benjamin Blech

    Benjamin Blech, born in Zurich in 1933, is an Orthodox rabbi who now lives in New York City.Rabbi Blech has been a Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University since 1966, and was the Rabbi of Young Israel of Oceanside for 37 years In addition to his work in the rabbinate, Rabbi Blech has written many books on Judaism and the Jewish people and speaks on Jewish topics to communities around the world.Rabbi Blech received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yeshiva University, a Master of Arts degree in psychology from Columbia University, and rabbinic ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary.

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  1. Rabbi Blech s work is framed as a response and antidote to the Blind Watchmaker approach taken by Rabbi Kushner in When Bad Things Happen to Good People In my opinion, R Blech s work is the far stronger of the two.The most powerful strength I saw was that R Blech would bring up an argument, say that that was not a sufficiently compelling argument, providing some of the counter arguments, and then move on to the next approach In this, his work is extremely Talmudic much as the Talmud preserves th [...]


  2. It s going to take me awhile to analyze and synthesize some of any of this Without getting into the details of Rabbi Blech s particular theodicy, my review will simply be a means to help readers know what they re getting here Rabbi Blech s approach to suffering is deeply traditional his explanations all stem from Jewish canonical texts, mostly from the Talmud Gemara I DID NOT read anything in here that I haven t seen and previously rejected as uncompelling HOWEVER Blech does explain some of thes [...]



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