The Suffering of Innocents

The Suffering of Innocents

by Marc Zirogiannis

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Overview

Sam and Laura Job have the perfect life. They have a wonderful marriage. Beautiful children. Two great careers. They have a beautiful house in the suburbs. The Jobs are bestowed with all the blessings modern life has to offer. Their life was idyllic until a moment of tragedy changed everything for them, forever. As their family tries to rebuild after this life-altering calamity they struggle to define their relationships with themselves, their relationships with each other and their relationship with God. The Suffering of Innocents looks at the age old question posed in the Old Testament's Book of Job, ""Why do innocents suffer?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781365808876
Publisher: Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing
Publication date: 03/09/2017
Pages: 82
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

Marc Zirogiannis holds a B.A. from Long Island University and a Juris Doctor from Hofstra Universitys School of Law. Mr. Zirogiannis is a world renowned Business Development Consultant and writer. He is a former adjunct professor of paralegal studies and business at Hofstra University. Mr. Zirogiannis is married to Soraya Rose and has four sons, Daniel, Demetrios, Joseph and Sebastian. His oldest son is a member of the United States Armed Forces, currently stationed in Germany Mr. Zirogiannis has practiced the martial arts for over 25 years and earned a 2nd Dan under the supervision of Grandmaster Yeon Hwan Park in Levittown, New York. He has been active in practicing and teaching meditation for 10 years. He has published numerous books, eBooks, and Audio Books an on a variety of subjects, and, is currently the lead correspondent for Tae Kwon Do Times, an international print publication. He lectures on a variety of topics, including business development, personal development, and matters of the martial arts. His last novella, Hitlers Orphan: Demetri of Kalavryta, has won critical acclaim and been the subject of a radio program. It is currently in negotiations to become the basis of a more extensive work.

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