Tomkins, Stephen
March 2015
Reform Magazine;Mar2015, p4
The author discusses the Christian dogma of turning back to God in times of trouble, citing an example of individuals with marital problems. He reacts to a speech publicizing animosity towards God from the Irish TV show "The Meaning of Life". He observes that although Christians may doubt God, renouncing the belief was not the solution, but living with it and making the experience better.


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