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“Dinner and a Hard Question” Series Begins at Trinity

People have some hard questions for God.

On four Thursdays at Trinity Covenant Church, some tough questions will be aired and considered, after a genial pot luck dinner.  Trinity’s pastor, Rev. Susan Gillespie, will lead the discussion and help the dinner party consult the Bible for answers. 

Each week, dinner starts at 6:30; the discussion will begin at 7:15 pm.

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The dates, and the questions, are:

7/7 “Why are there ‘non-believers’ who seem like better people than some Christians I know, and what does God think about that?”
7/21 “Does God have a “will” for me, and  if so, how can I know it?”
8/4 “Why does God allow/inflict suffering?”
8/18 “If we are already forgiven, does God care if we are ‘good’?”

For more information about the dinners or the church, see their web site at www.TrinityCovenantChurch.com or call the church at 973-992-4044.

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