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9789350290910 60b9fe4475890b41add533ac Does He Know A Mother�s Heart : How Suffering Refutes Religion https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba4b9260e17e4f63f121e3/9789350290910.jpg A book for everyone who has had to contend with pain and loss How can extreme suffering be so commonplace if there is a God who knows everything who is all-powerful and also compassionate? How do the scriptures of our religions explain the existence of suffering? Do these explanations stand up to examination? Does our experience testify to a God? Or do the two demons- time and chance-explain all that we have to go through? In a devastating dissection of the scriptures-laced with accounts of the suffering and pain that he has seen at first-hand-Arun Shourie tells us why he has eventually gravitated to the teachings of the Buddha. And what lessons these teachings hold for our daily lives. Your neighbours have a son. He is now thirty-five years old. Going by his age you would think of him as a young man and on meeting his mother or father would ask almost out of habit 'And what does the young man do?' That expression 'young man' doesn't sit well as he is but a child. He cannot walk. Indeed he cannot stand. He cannot use his right arm. He can see only to his left. His hearing is sharp as is his memory. But he speaks only syllable by syllable . . . The father shouts at him. He curses him: 'You are the one who brought misery into our home . . . We knew no trouble till you came. Look at you-weak dependent drooling good for nothing . . .' Nor does the father stop at shouting at the child at pouring abuse at him at cursing the child. He beats him. He thrashes him black and blue . . . As others in the family try to save the child from the father's rage he leaps at them. Curses them hits out at them. What would you think about that damned father? Wouldn't you report him to the police or some such authority that can lock him up? Wouldn't you try everything you can to remove the child from the reach of the father? But what if the father is The Father-the 'T' and 'F' capital both words italicized? That is what if the 'father' in question is 'God'? Why do the reaction and answer change for so many of us? 9789350290910
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  • ISBN: 9789350290910
  • Author: Shourie Arun
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 448
  • Format: Hardback
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A book for everyone who has had to contend with pain and loss How can extreme suffering be so commonplace if there is a God who knows everything who is all-powerful and also compassionate? How do the scriptures of our religions explain the existence of suffering? Do these explanations stand up to examination? Does our experience testify to a God? Or do the two demons- time and chance-explain all that we have to go through? In a devastating dissection of the scriptures-laced with accounts of the suffering and pain that he has seen at first-hand-Arun Shourie tells us why he has eventually gravitated to the teachings of the Buddha. And what lessons these teachings hold for our daily lives. Your neighbours have a son. He is now thirty-five years old. Going by his age you would think of him as a young man and on meeting his mother or father would ask almost out of habit 'And what does the young man do?' That expression 'young man' doesn't sit well as he is but a child. He cannot walk. Indeed he cannot stand. He cannot use his right arm. He can see only to his left. His hearing is sharp as is his memory. But he speaks only syllable by syllable . . . The father shouts at him. He curses him: 'You are the one who brought misery into our home . . . We knew no trouble till you came. Look at you-weak dependent drooling good for nothing . . .' Nor does the father stop at shouting at the child at pouring abuse at him at cursing the child. He beats him. He thrashes him black and blue . . . As others in the family try to save the child from the father's rage he leaps at them. Curses them hits out at them. What would you think about that damned father? Wouldn't you report him to the police or some such authority that can lock him up? Wouldn't you try everything you can to remove the child from the reach of the father? But what if the father is The Father-the 'T' and 'F' capital both words italicized? That is what if the 'father' in question is 'God'? Why do the reaction and answer change for so many of us?

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