The roots of sorrow a pastoral theology of suffering and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and well send you a link to download the free kindle app. In the roots of sorrow phil zylla academic dean and associate professor of pastoral theology at mcmaster divinity college in hamilton ontario wanted to write a practical and theologically sound book on suffering his work strategically weaves systematic principles biblical interpretation . The roots of sorrow addresses the sometimes painful questions that surround human suffering by integrating concrete examples with personal stories of adversity and sorrow phil zylla constructs a pastoral theology that situates itself within the very core of suffering. Roots of sorrow common explanations of suffering components of a theology of suffering from silence to lament from indifference to compassion from loneliness to community suffering of creation subtle persistence of hope ministry with the afflicted. Excerpt from the roots of sorrow a pastoral theology of suffering suffering is not a problem to be solved or a riddle to be explained but rather it is a reality to be confronted in cooperation with gods own expressed intentions
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