Play (0:00) March 8, 2016 With all this suffering, how could there be a God? Tim KellerRedeemer Presbyterian Church, NYC Jump To Comments In light of the Holocaust, how could there be a God? Tim Keller at The Veritas Forum at Columbia. Share This Talk Play (0:00) Topics Featured Suffering Embed | In light of the Holocaust, how could there be a God? Tim Keller at The Veritas Forum at Columbia. 2 thoughts on "With all this suffering, how could there be a God?" clifford cook says: September 26, 2016 at 7:13 pm God has a devine plan for us all , and that means we are here on earth for a reason , so suffering then must be a part of gods plan as much as love and compasion are , God created the world , so that we could learn from a polarity between darknes , and light so that we could appreciate the love and light that we were created to be , God was created love and light, and created darkness through exploration of himself , so that he could better understand himself so god allowed himself to suffer in darkness , and in doing so realised love and light , was better , and god also learnt to appreciate what he had been created as , love and light, So the earth is a school of learning , and we have to learn from suffering , with hardship , comes the gift of growth as god learnt , suffering is temporary , to the earthly world , and we will all pass from this world , and go to heaven for eternity , there we will live in happiness for ever and never experience suffering again, Reply clifford cook says: September 26, 2016 at 7:20 pm After the holocaust, all the jewish children , and many others young people , teenagers and adults were taken directly into the light of heaven , where there suffering ended, on earth many jews were killed quickly and did not suffer much at all, So where the jews had there lives taken from them , against there will , many inherited heaven which is 100 times better than earth , So where god takes , god gives ,yes many people were gassed , and that was not a nice experience , but the rewards afterwards were far greater than , life on earth , heaven is a beaufitul abundant place with many treasures, so once there all the jews got to appreciate where they were , Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.