- Last Updated on April 09, 2014
- Written by David Brickner
One of the most disturbing questions gnawing at the edges of Jewish consciousness is “where was God when the six million died?” David Brickner gives a straightforward perspective on a subject many Christians avoid.
- Last Updated on February 19, 2014
- Written by Carolyne Rohrig
When I get sick I pray. When there’s an accident in the family, I pray. When someone is discouraged, I pray. But when I sin badly, I don’t pray. Why not ? I think it’s because my conscience tells me God is angry with me and I better not go near him. Just like Adam and Eve did in the garden when they sinned and then ran into the bushes.