Why was Jesus afraid/agonizing in the Garden of Gethsemane if the Spirit of God isn't one of fear but of power?
Do Evangelical Christians interpret James 1:2 and Romans 5:3 to mean that we should enjoy our problems?
How does Reformed Theology consider passages that may imply that God is the "subject of sufferings"?
Are there philosophical explanations for why God would allow animals to suffer due to non-human causes?
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