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Part 8 of 'The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?

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We can all be sure of suffering in some way, sooner or later. For many people, suffering is their biggest reason for not believing in God. We do not always know why God allows suffering – it is a mystery. But God is vastly greater than we are, and we cannot expect to understand all that he does. God knows more than we do, and he is wiser than we are. This could just be an excuse for 'blind faith.' But it isn't – there are good reasons for believing in God, even in the face of suffering. Part 8 of 'The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?' Introduced by BBC TV Songs of Praise presenter Diane Louise Jordan.

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