SPIRITUAL JOURNEYS

But what about evil?

From early childhood I've felt drawn to God. My family lived in Europe and Latin America while I was growing up, so I was exposed not only to an array of cultures but to a variety of perspectives about God. After college my search for God deepened, and I spent many years working for a Protestant church in New York City.

Amid this diverse experience, the Biblical assurance "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" represented a powerful promise (John 8:32). I yearned for the clarity and freedom that truth brings—especially with regard to the question of evil. Yet my journey toward the discovery that evil is untrue, a mistake, didn't come without a struggle.

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