Crook in the Lot

by Thomas Boston

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This little book tackles one of the biggest questions asked by people of faith from all places and times: Why does God let us suffer? Coming from a place of despair, the author assures himself and others that all pain comes from God, working towards God’s perfect plan for creation. Boston’s simple reminder that human suffering has a purpose—that it is not meaningless—has comforted Christians ever since its publication.

Kathleen O'Bannon
CCEL Staff Writer
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Thomas Boston
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Born: March 17, 1676, Duns
Died: May 20, 1732, Duns, Berwickshire
Related topics: Boston, Thomas,--1677-1732, Church of Scotland, Covenant theology, Early works, Providence and government of God
Basic information: Thomas Boston (17 March 1676 – 20 May 1732) was a Scottish church leader.
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