New Book Challenges Readers to Stretch Their Faith

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Author utilizes the book of Job to expose modern-day false doctrines

Learn about the true source of fear, sickness, disease, infirmities, depression, bitterness, and calamity and how to avoid them in Douglas Hoover's debut, "Why Do Bad Things Happen to So-Called 'Good' People?" ($13.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-765-9) which just recently hit bookstores. This book will teach people the power that is contained in the words they speak by using Job's life as an example of what can happen by speaking the wrong words. Additionally, it uses the Bible to expose the modern-day false doctrine that God allows Satan to inflict sickness, disease, and calamity on His people to teach them a lesson.

Says Hoover, "My hope is that the readers of this book will discover truths about God's nature and character that will stretch their faith and challenge many of their preconceived notions and paradigms and, as a result, learn to avoid much heartache and calamity in their lives."

At 60 years old, Hoover is a man who has experienced divine healing and miracles from God and rejects both the enticing words of man's wisdom and twisting Scripture to prove his point, as so many are inclined to do. A native of San Diego for the past 25 years, the author has been writing articles for magazines for many years and is a platinum author on the Internet. He hopes his work imparts on readers a healthy respect and deeper, more profound love for God. "I desire to seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness and to follow Him daily by preaching the gospel of joy, peace, and salvation to a lost and dying world," the author explains.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order "Why Do Bad Things Happen to So-Called 'Good' People?" through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.


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