An argument against God goes something like this: How can anyone believe in a creator who is indifferent to war? How can anyone accept a divine parent who ignores their children’s hunger and poverty? How can we embrace a God who is unmoved by the world’s pain?
Why doesn’t this God of love do something?
Those are challenging questions, ones that many of us have considered at various points in our lives. We assume that our problems mean that God either doesn‘t exist or doesn‘t care about us.
What if our assumptions are all wrong? What if we're missing something important here?
Suppose we ask those questions of God and listen for an answer.