How Christianity has made Sense of Human Suffering


Rev Campbell Markham provides 10 lessons on the Christian meaning of suffering from the thought of 19th Century French Protestant pastor Adolphe Monod. Rev Markham derives these lessons from Monod’s final sermons delivered from his deathbed as his died from liver cancer. Finally, Rev Markham explains the need for Christianity to address the problem of suffering in a modern world which fails to understand it.

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This presentation was part of The Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies’ 2018 Colloquium on the theme ‘A World without Christianity’, hosted in Hobart, Australia.

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