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<b>HOW CAN GOD ALLOW SUCH THINGS?</b>

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The Meaning in suffering


Dr Richard Steinpach
From the editor:"If people truly understood how the Natural Laws, as explained by Steinpach, underpin everything spiritual and scientific, they would dramatically change how they live." -Dr. Ifeoma lkenze, Pediatrician Founder-Director of Elizabeth Medical Clinic, Marin County, CA

Human suffering is a fact of life today. Even if it is not present in our own lives, we are reminded of it daily through the media. Accounts of people who have had to deal with serious tragedies and handicaps are well-known. However, most explain such occurrences as "God's will," destiny or mystery. Dr. Steinpach gives logical explanations for the hardships we face. He applies the universal Laws in Creation to our life on earth and in the beyond, and offers a new and incisive per spective concerning personal responsibility. Steinpach explains that the circumstances for each reincarnation are the result of our behavior from a prior life; that we continue to develop between lifetimes, and that each incarnation is an opportunity to redeem the consequences of our negative actions and thoughts. How Can God Allow Such Things? opens the door to a fuller understanding of the totality of our existence, and makes it possible for readers to answer the eternal question, "Why me?"

Pages: 65
Special Interest: Spirituality, Comparative & Critical Analysis, Death, Inspiration.

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