The Role of Sin in God’s Plan
About the Book
As Christians, we believe that our Lord is a loving, kind, and merciful God. Because of that belief, many Christians as well as non-Christians find it difficult to understand how a loving God can permit evil and sin in the world. The role of sin in God’s divine plan is a complex, mysterious, spiritual issue, which humans can only partially understand. The acceptance of the belief that God is perfect in love and sent his only son to suffer and die for our sins can give us small insights and understandings of the role of sin in his divine plan. The purpose of this book is to examine those small insights in order for us to better appreciate why our loving God would allow sin to be a part of his divine plan.
About the Author
George E. Pfautsch spent most of his working life as a financial executive for a major forest product and paper company. His final years with Potlatch Corporation were spent as the senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer. Following his retirement, he began writing about the national morality he believes was intended for this nation by the founding fathers. He is the author of ten previous books covering the subjects of faith, freedom, morality, and justice. In addition, he is the coauthor of a book written by Melitta Strandberg, which is the story of her family’s quest for freedom, before, during, and after World War II. He is also the coauthor of a book written by Leroy New, the “guitar wizard” of Branson, Missouri. He is married to Dodi, his wife of fifty-four years. He has two children and four grandchildren.