1. In an autobiographical telling, Gretchen Ronnevik shares the fate of two different fathers and the hope she has in Christ.
  2. When the waters of anxiety and depression rise, there is One who understands.
  3. We have Old Testament scholar, Chad Bird, on to discuss with us the ways we twist the book of Proverbs into a prosperity gospel, especially in regard to our ideas of family.
  4. We do not choose our struggles, but there is One who has chosen to always be with us.
  5. The problem of evil is constantly nagging at the conscience.
  6. The Lord assures Jeremiah he has not forgotten him. He is there and will rescue him.
  7. Lord, remember us to remind us, that we may know all good things come from you.
  8. Dr. Paulson goes deeper into the idea of opposing God in his word. He describes how this opposition and attack on the faith interacts with our suffering.
  9. This week’s episode is a conversation between author John Bryant and Kelsi about John’s new book (out in September), A Quiet Mind to Suffer With: Mental Illness, Trauma, and the Death of Christ.
  10. Dr. Paulson transitions into the final chapter of Luther's Outlaw God Volume 1. This time, he looks at 2 Thessalonians to address the issues of suffering and evil.
  11. Dr. Paulson discusses human suffering.

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