KING DAVID IN A FEVERED DREAM SPOKE TO THE LORD AND SAID BUT HE WAS A SWEET AND UNOFFENDING YOUTH, O, LORD - "I WARN THEE," CAME THE VOICE, "YOU WRESTLE NOW NOT LIKE JACOB WITH AN ANGEL, BUT WITH THE LORD HIMSELF." Thus King David dares to raise The Question: if God is good and all-powerful, how come there's so much evil? Many thinkers and writers have even put God on trial. In THE ASH AND THE THORN, his second collection of poems, Leonard H. Roller explores, through verse, the mystery of a seemingly self-contradicting Deity in a puzzling universe. Themed to the stirring, Old Testament tale of Uzza, Leonard invites the reader to consider the terrible beauty of the world.
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Book Description FriesenPress, 2015. Book Condition: As New. Book in almost Brand New condition. Bookseller Inventory # GRP87623394