Author Puts Heart, Piety Into New Work Answering Life’s Great Questions

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Texts from different faiths are interwoven to grapple with the eternal, fundamental questions in Anslie Abraham’s “Why Evil Rules-If God is…”

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From a religious perspective, author Anslie Abraham is a world citizen. He grew up in a Christian family but gained intimate experience with Hinduism and Islam because of a mixed neighborhood. In his book, Why Evil Rules—If God Is..., he shares the insights of the world’s major religious traditions, together with a healthy admiration of science, in a conscientious effort to clarify the biblical view of an age-old dilemma.

“If there is an all-powerful and loving God in this world, why is there so much excruciating pain and unspeakable suffering?” Believers of all faiths and the nonbelievers alike are caught in this bottleneck. This question becomes the foundation of the different discourses the author presents in this book.

Why Evil Rules—If God Is... discusses the nature of God, the origin and nature of evil, the struggles between good and evil, in particular, how one can triumph over the evil that has ruled the world ruthlessly since the beginning of history. Quoting from the Bible and other scriptures, new and fresh insights into traditional theologies are discussed, as well.

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About the Author
Anslie H. Abraham grew up in northern India, his grandfather, a Hindu Brahmin, converted to Christianity when his father Nathaniel Abraham was 9. Coming to America, he remained a biblical Christian and his search into the Judeo-Christian scriptures led him to the Divine Principle, the teachings of the Rev. and Mrs. Sun Myung Moon. Of Korean provenance, the Divine Principle brings Confucian and Buddhist perspectives to bear upon the Bible.

Why Evil Rules—If God Is... * by Anslie H. Abraham
A question of believers and Non-believers alike
Publication Date: April 13, 2011
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