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GOD AND NATURAL DISASTERS
Christian Chaplains Bring Disaster Relief -- And Bibles -- After Hurricane Sandy
Is God To Blame? Clergy Reflect On Hurricane Sandy
Praying About Hurricane Sandy: Write Your Own Reflection, Prayer Or Intention
Do Nautral Disasters Shake Up Your Faith? Readers Provide Passionate Answers
Hurricane Irene And The Wrath Of God
Founder of The Simple Way, Co-founder of Red Letter Christians
I'm happy to say, I looked into his innocent young eyes and I said, "God is love. God is not out to get the world, God is out to save it."
Pastor Probes 'Where Was God?' In Katrina
Acts of God? A Jewish Perspective On Natural Disasters
Rabbi Laura Geller
Rabbi Emerita,Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
Was the tragedy in Japan unleashed by the earthquake and tsunami, as well as the damage to the nuclear power plants, an act of God? Of course, it depends on what kind of God you believe in.
Poll: Most Americans Don't Blame God For Disasters
Japan's Earthquake And The Will Of God
Author, Making Sense of the Bible
On Monday, Tokyo's governor, Shintaro Ishihara, was quoted as saying, "I think (the disaster in Japan) is
." Tembatsu is a Japanese term that means "divine punishment."
How Science Can Liberate God From Old-Time Religion
Clay Farris Naff
Science and Religion Correspondent for the Humanist Magazine
It's easy to shrug off responsibility when you figure God is in the driver's seat. But what if God's grant of free will to humanity includes full responsibility for what happens next? What if the evidence suggests that God isn't even aboard the bus?
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