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Sometimes we have bad dogs! I do not know why bad dogs happen to good people. I only know that sometimes they do. Bad dogs are a law of nature, a fact of life, and just one of those things.
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When Bad Things Happen to Good People (. ISBN 1-4000-3472-8) is a 1981 book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative rabbi
When Bad Things Happen to Good People (. ISBN 1-4000-3472-8) is a 1981 book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative rabbi. Kushner addresses in the book one of the principal problems of theodicy, the conundrum of why, if the universe was created and is governed by a God who is of a good and loving nature, there is nonetheless so much suffering and pain in it - essentially, the evidential problem of evil.
It’s when a couple agrees they can see other people sometimes. It’s an alternative to strict monogamy, says Jenna. I know I should do something, but I’m rooted to my seat by confusion and terror. Did you hear what she just said? I ask in quiet voice. I don’t think that works. It goes against thousands of years of human culture. Actually, says Jenna, monogamy goes against millions of years of human evolution. What? She didn’t say anything, says Ashley, kneeling beside Jenna to check her pulse.