The horrors of this world take a physical and emotional toll—and raise difficult theological questions. Where is God in our darkest hours? Is there any hope for recovery? Scott Harrower addresses these questions head-on, arguing for a Trinitarian approach to horrors. He shows how the triune God reveals himself to the traumatized, moves humanity toward restoration, and shines light into life’s deepest shadows.
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Scott Harrower (PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is Associate Professor of Theology and History at Ridley College, Melbourne. He is also an ordained Anglican pastor with previous experience in medical research and trauma rooms. He is the author of Trinitarian Self and Salvation.