Free R.C. Sproul Book! Surprised by Suffering

free book imageGet R.C. Sproul’s Surprised by Suffering: The Role of Pain and Death in the Christian Life for free through August 29!

In Surprised by Suffering, Sproul fearlessly dives in and answers one of life’s toughest questions: why does God let us suffer?

Sproul argues against the mentality of blaming God for our suffering. He says that pain and sorrow in this life should be expected. Sproul argues that some may be called to a “vocation” of suffering, and all of us are called to undergo the ultimate suffering—death.

Sproul also explains how God promises difficult times for us in his Word, but that he also allows suffering for our good and ultimately his glory. Explore these ideas and more when you get this book, republished in a revised and expanded edition.

In this book, Sproul is both realistic and comforting, offering solid biblical counsel to those undergoing suffering and to those who minister to the suffering. His advice helps believers stand with faith in a God during times of trial.

Plus, get Sproul’s The Holiness of God for only $4.95

Celebrating 25 years of publication, The Holiness of God helps you better understand the biblical picture of God’s holiness—and why it is so foundational to God-centered, God-honoring theology and Christian living. It is a profound, moving investigation of God’s character, which defines all we are and do as Christians. Sproul admits that encountering God’s holy presence is a terrifying experience, yet it’s the only way to cure our propensity to trust in ourselves instead of God.

Use coupon code AUGSPROUL to get this title for only $4.95!

Add these God-centered resources to your Logos library for less than $5—get both books now!

Comments

  1. Cody Johnson says:

    I thought it was free why would I need to enter a credit card number which I do not own, I guess I'm too poor to get free stuff :P

  2. Mike Binks says:

    Hi Cody – The book is free – the credit card information helps with identity verification – it also makes future purchases easier. However I will have a bet that if you ring customer services they will facilitate you getting the book. Do you really have a computer, internet access and no credit card?

  3. I don’t have a credit card. Can I have the free book?

  4. Robert Soulliere says:

    I thought this book was free? If it is why do I need to get the other book as well?

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