Where was God when hurricane Sandy struck?

No more can we excuse tragedy for redemption, the suffering must end.

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October 31, 2012 14:30
Homes destroyed by Sandy on New Jersey shore

Homes destroyed by Sandy on New Jersey shore 370 (R). (photo credit: REUTERS/Handout)

 
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What was God thinking when he sent Hurricane Sandy ravaging up the Northeast of the United States and what could have been its purpose?

In truth, I don’t much care, because our role as humans is not to understand God’s plan in the face of horror and tragedy, but to challenge God and demand that human life always be protected and preserved.

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