Got Questions?

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 216 pages
Many people avoid life's difficult questions by keeping busy, creating mental blocks, or developing personal foundational truths. While these approaches provide temporary comfort, eventually, their daunting questions resurface. This book fills the holes of knowledge regarding life's most complex and personal issues. In a non-threatening manner, this book anticipates the concerns of the reader using scripture to provide logical explanations to questions such as, why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Why doesn't God reveal Himself? And, why pray if God is going to do what He wants? It also addresses the secular claims that Jesus was just a man, intelligent people cannot believe in creation, and the Bible is not consistent. Get ready to unlock your mind, fill your heart, and open your Bible. got questions will inspire you to talk and think about topics you've avoided for years. Dr. Lou Pantuosco grew up in Springfield, Massachusetts as the youngest of seven children. After graduating from Cathedral High School, he attended college at UNC Greensboro where he met his wife, Sherri. While in college, he was an All Conference soccer player on two NCAA national championship teams. He continued his education at Northeastern University, where he earned a Ph.D. in economics. Professor Pantuosco has published over twenty articles in professional journals. He has committed his life to teaching, whether he's working with students at Winthrop University or young children on a soccer field, Dr. Pantuosco is passionate about his mission to reach people. got questions applies the research skills he acquired in academics with the motivational and instructional skills he developed on a soccer field to impart his knowledge of the Bible. He resides in SC with his wife and three daughters.

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