We see Evil every day. All we need to do is turn on the television or radio, open a newspaper, or surf the web and we see Evil touching lives in the forms of murder, assault, rape, wife beating, baby killing, war, or human trafficking. Sometimes Evil touches us or someone we love or care about. When Evil overtakes us, what do we do? Do we trust in a loving God even though we cannot understand why the Evil happened or do we choose to trust ourselves and handle the Evil our way, on our terms, with our sense of justice? Evil Does Not Have The Last Word is for people who were overtaken by Evil and made the choice to handle life on their terms. Evil Does Not Have The Last Word is a message of hope for those who believed they were so damaged that they could never be restored by a loving God who is waiting for them…that restoration and healing can be a reality. Evil Does Not Have The Last Word shows that by trusting God in the midst of trials that what others intend for harm, He uses for good.
Evil Does Not Have The Last Word is not only a story of faith but a message of hope to those who may be struggling with how a loving God can let evil things happen to Christian and non-Christian alike. This book shows how easy it is to trust God when life is smooth and predictable but the true act of faith is how you handle yourself and life when situations turn sour or circumstances deadly. Evil Does Not Have The Last Word is a quick, yet poignant listen from a pop culture fan’s perspective and sensibility coupled with a conversational, not theologian, point of view. Dr. Eric Shoars provides “snapshots” of his own experiences to give readers insight as to how life looks when lived through the prism of the modern-day superhero and of those in Biblical times.
Evil Does Not Have The Last Word includes a personal story from Dr. Shoars of a trauma that led him away from God and how, eventually, he found his way back to God and put his trust and faith in Him again. Shoars’ story is just another example that Evil Does Not Have The Last Word. A portion of the proceeeds will be donated to International Justice Mission to aid in their efforts to rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.