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This book established Michael O’Brien as one of my favorite Christian writers. This quote was he novel’s response to the commonly asked question, “Why would a good God permit evil?”
“The problem is not only one act of evil, but many such acts. Let us say, six million Jews and six million Gentile Poles, and tens of millions of others. That is just the Second World War. Let us say that our cosmic terrorist pushes harder and harder against the integrity of God. Let us say he uses a Stalin- now we a
I read Father Elijah ten years ago, and recalled how refreshing it was to read a story set in the late 20th century that was infused with the sacramental acts of God. I also recalled not being able to put it down. Would the book be as I remembered? Could I add this to my gift list for friends and family? Would this help or hinder their belief in the Christian God of love?
Our hero, Father Elijah, is a Carmelite monk, his past forged in the fires of brutal suffering. As David Schafer, a holocaust
I have been meaning to read this book for several years. I like stories about the Apocalypse: don’t ask me why since they tend to scare the crap out of me. We can file this one under Catholic Armageddon stories (much like Pierced By a Sword), a sub-genre of Christian Apocalyptic fiction in general (like the dreadfully written Left Behind books). This particular book was well written and fast-paced, for the most part, with a few rather long (and slightly dry) patches of dialogue thrown in.