When There Are No Easy Answers

July 25, 2016

"I highly recommend this book for those who are going through suffering, have experienced it in the past and who know others who are."

"I'd recommend this book to anyone. This isn’t just a book for ministers, this a book for anyone as we will all experience some suffering and we will walk with others through suffering."

"Grief is a difficult subject to read about and an even more subject to experience. I have read many books that cover this topic, but none covers the experience as well as “When There are No Easy Answers” by John S. Feinberg. I highly recommend this book for those suffering tragedies of their own, but also for those who want to react to those around them in a positive, helpful way."

"The book will be a helpful present and future resource."

Conrade Yap
"Here, we have a book not of cliches but of wisdom baked in the hot atmosphere of pain and suffering."

"A great resource for church leaders and in ministry, as well as tender-hearted individuals who want to grasp how God works in a sinful world."

Joan Nienhuis
"I recommend this book to those who minister to the afflicted. You won't find any cold intellectual writing about why Christians suffer. You will find an honest account of how one man came to grips with his relationship to God in the midst of affliction."

"This is an awesome book! Feinberg has outdone himself with thinking outside the box!"

Pat Sikora
"I strongly recommend this book for anyone struggling with theodicy –- the question why a good God permits the manifestation of evil, for anyone facing personal or health issues they don’t understand."

Melinda Inman
"I am now thrilled to have this excellent reference book in my library. This book [is] a must-read."

Marjo B
"I recommend this book for those who are going through suffering, have experienced it in the past and perhaps especially for those who, like me have never gone through anything major."

"The book also does a wonderful job of instruction friends and family in how to be a support to one facing such challenges. This includes things NOT to do and some of these might surprise you as they are fairly common offerings when people try to minister to those that are hurting. Though it might sound like a depressing subject, this book is one of hope and healing."

R. Grant
"I thought this book was well written. John Feinberg covered many different subjects like, what to say and do, what not to say, and how to accept what is happening. I think this is an excellent resource to read and pass on to others."

"Having had a massive period of grief in my life I was given several books on dealing with grief to read. I wish I had been given this one. It was perfect for someone experiencing grief."

Kristin Plausky
"I believe this is a book that needs to be read by everyone, even if you only understand what *not* to say to those suffering."

Nathan Albright
"The contents of the book are clearly and thoughtfully organized, and there are a lot of surprising touches that the book offers that make it even better."