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The lynching tree and when bad things happen, “where is God?”.

by 21st Century Churchpublished on December 10, 2019

Famines, poverty, and racial injustice, “where is God when bad things happen?” is a question with merit. Perhaps, however, there’s an equally important question that each one of us must dare to ask. When we do, we will see justice.

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