Author Larry D. Robinson’s new book “God Created Evil. Why?” is a Scripture-based discussion of traditional biblical questions about the nature of God and faith

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Recent release “God Created Evil. Why?” from Page Publishing author Larry D. Robinson is a thought-provoking work exploring a myriad of foundational tenets of Christianity as revealed in the Bible.

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Larry D. Robinson has been an ordained minister since 1985, as well as a certified cook for the Department of Labor, and honorably discharged veteran who served in the US Army. He has published his new book “God Created Evil. Why?”: a close examination of both Old and New Testaments for God’s teaching about the true meaning of faith.

The author writes, “‘God Created Evil, Why?’ is a culmination of twenty-five years of study. Frustrated with traditional answers to sincere biblical questions that were not rooted in scriptural proof, the author set out to explore and illuminate truths that will help us all.

Sincerity is no guarantee for truth. You can be sincere but be sincerely wrong.

Many things in this book will probably surprise and enlighten you. We have veered too far off course. ‘God Created Evil, Why?’ is an attempt to get us back on the right track. Too many truths have been replaced with opinions masquerading as doctrine.”

Published by Page Publishing, Larry D. Robinson’s engrossing book is an intriguing study of the role of evil in God’s plan for people of faith.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “God Created Evil. Why?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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