The Educate For Life Show

with Kevin Conover

How Can God Allow Pain

Feb 20, 2019 | Podcast | 0 comments

What if you could feel no pain? At first you may think that may be great. There is a real disease called Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhydrosis. People with this disorder can’t feel severe pain and they can’t regulate their body temperature by sweating. They can die from a severe…

What if you could feel no pain? At first you may think that may be great. There is a real disease called Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhydrosis. People with this disorder can’t feel severe pain and they can’t regulate their body temperature by sweating. They can die from a severe injury that they don’t even realize they have.

So maybe it’s on so great to feel no pain after all. But why is there any pain at all? How could God allow the pain and suffering that we see around us? Today on Educate For Life, Kevin dives deep into the topic of pain and suffering. You will learn some of the reason why suffering exists.

Tune in for a great episode.

This episode first aired on Jan 19, 2019.

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