Hurricane Sandy and prophetic insensitivity

Forget about theology during disaster; it’s time to comfort and pray Nov 2, 2012 Lincoln, Nebraska, United States Martin Weber As a monster storm burst upon the Caribbean and the Mid-Atlantic United States, prayers ascended for God’s protection, particularly for the most vulnerable: those who are ill, handicapped or elderly, along with children and single mothers. For many, Hurricane Sandy evoked flashbacks of the 2005 Asian tsunami. During that tragedy I was a pastor in suburban Sacramento, California, United States

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