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Evile Does Not Have The Last Word by Eric Shoars

I tried my hardest to like this book. The dilemma of all-loving and all-powerful God existing while evil and suffering persists has always been an interesting topic to me. I have read a handful of great books by great theologians on this subject.

The author of Evil Does Not Have the Last Word gave me a copy of this book to review, and of course I was very interested based solely on the title.

Maybe it’s because I’m not big into comic book heroes or that I just could not connect with Eric Shoars’ experiences but reading this book was draining to me. I could not connect with the material at all. He definitely gave the book a personal touch by talking about his kids and his own individual challenges, but in the end I was simply uninterested in the presentation of ideas.

I’m not exactly sure where the book missed the mark, but it didn’t work for me.

This book was provided to me at no charge by the author or author's representative. No incentive was given for my review.

For more information on this book or author, check out their website: ericshoars.com