If There Is a God, Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

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Holy Fire Publishing, 2006 - Religion - 248 pages
The book covers some of the miracles in my medical practice, including a dead child raised from the dead through prayer. It deals on my conversion and the health challenges that only God could have delivered me from, it covers my bout with bereavement during the death of my father and how my faith in God saw me thru this most difficult time. The book answers the most common question asked by people when sickness or disaster strikes. Where is God, if there is a God, how could all these horrible problems happen to good people, especially children.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
Miracles in My Medical Practice
19
Case Histories More Miracles
31
My Encounter With Jesus In Sickness and In Health An Act of Courage
51
The Satanic Connection The First War in Heaven and Mans Self Will
75
The Nutrition Connection Gods Dietary Laws Broken
83
The Cultural Preferences in Nutrition Do They Support Health?
103
Mans Choice of Nutritional Sources Are They Adequate?
115
The Womens Health Issues Are We Making the Right Choices?
159
Nutrition and Pregnancy What is the Outcome?
173
Mans Self Will in Human Suffering
185
The Marriage Crisis Does it Draw Us Closer to Gods Help?
201
Television and Violence Who is to Blame?
219
On Separation of Church and State Are We Better Off?
225
The Self Willed Ministers What are the consequences?
233
Gods Position on Human Crisis and Suffering Is God a Benevolent God or is He the One Terrorizing Our Lives with Evil?
239

Nutrition and Health Prevention Whats Our Report Card?
129
Disease Prevention and Body Detoxification What is your environmental toxin load?
149

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About the author (2006)

Christine Daniel, MD is a graduate of Temple University School of Medicine. She has a private practice in Mission Hills, California. Areas of interest in the role of nutrition in the comprehensive management of diseases and rehabilitation and anti aging. She is also an ordained preacher by the Western Evangelical Association in 1

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