Resources About Natural Disasters
Ultimately, only God knows the whys and the wherefores.
We value health, God values faith; we value comfort, God values patience.
Nature reveals both the love of God and the judgment of God.
Where was God when a deadly tsunami swept through the Indian Ocean killing nearly 250,000 people? And where was God when hurricanes crashed against the Gulf Coast leaving hundreds … See More >
At times, the world around us seems to be falling apart. Earthquakes, suffering, famine, and global tragedies raise questions in our mind. Is God really in control? Why does He … See More >
We can’t watch a television special on the 2004 Sumatran Tsunami or 2005’s Hurricane Katrina without asking these questions: “Does God have a role to play in what happens in His world? Is He merely a bystander, or does He actually control the weather? Either way, can we trust a …
No earthquake comes, nor tornado rages, and no tsunami washes villages away but that God signs off on it.
Natural disasters are a heads-up warning that real judgment lies ahead.
“The question of why the tsunami happened is a geological question, not a theological question.” So said a Christian cleric when asked about the terrible disaster that has riveted our attention in recent weeks. Most of the Christians interviewed on television have tried to protect God’s reputation by putting distance between Him and the horrid suffering that we’ve seen so graphically. So, does God have ‘anything to do’ with natural disasters? We all agree that nature is fallen and as a result there are faults in the earth that cause earthquakes, and earthquakes cause tidal waves. So, the argument … Read More >
We can’t watch a television special on the 2004 Sumatran Tsunami or 2005’s Hurricane Katrina without asking these questions: “Does God have a role to play in what … See More >