Tuesday, December 18, 2012

How Christians Should Respond to Suffering and Tragedy


In light of the recent shootings in Newtown, CT, I spent the program talking about how Christians should deal with suffering in light of the gospel. Here is the program.

4 comments:

Josh Schmidt said...

Great insights and level-headed response!!! It must have been tough to talk about this theologically and rationally being so close to the event. Thank you for your insight!! God bless. The nation's prayers are with you all (you, the families, the friends, and the whole surrounding area).

Josh Schmidt said...

Great insights and level-headed response!!! It must have been tough to talk about this theologically and rationally being so close to the event. Thank you for your insight!! God bless. The nation's prayers are with you all (you, the families, the friends, and the whole surrounding area).

J. Dean said...

Well done and well said. Too many use things like this as a stepping stone for everything other than the right thing.

Martin Yee said...

Hi Jordan,

Thanks for the sobering theological reflection on this senseless tragedy. My prayers and thoughts are with the families involved. Believe it or not, half a globe away, we in Asia can feel the pain as well.

God bless,
Martin Yee