What we have in Christianity is a God who is separate from His creation, but He isn’t detached. He is intimately engaged even with our suffering.
Why did God allow us a choice that would lead to our own corruption?
No relatively contemporary writer or thinker has had more influence on me than CS Lewis. I read Mere Christianity as a college seeker. I read the Chronicles of Narnia also in college in a weekend, intrigued by the way his imagery grew out of and expanded the panoply of Scriptural ideas with nuance and depth. […]
The sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.
The Bible describes an ongoing cosmic conflict. Why the conflict of beings opposing God if He is all-powerful?