“Whenever we are confronted with something utterly and dreadfully evil, appallingly wicked, or just plain tragic, we should resist the temptation that is wrapped up in the cry, ‘Where’s the sense in that?’
It’s not that we get no answer. We get silence. And that silence is the answer to our question. There is no sense. And that is a good thing too.”
“This may seem a lame response to evil. Are we merely to gag our questions, accept that it’s a mystery, and shut up?
Surely we do far more.
We grieve. We weep. We lament. We protest. We scream in pain and anger.
We cry out, ‘How long must this kind of thing go on?’”
“As both rational and moral beings, made in the image of God, we want things to make sense. We have an innate drive, an insatiable desire, and almost infinite ability to organize…
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