The Silence of God – Updated for the 21st Century Reader

The Silence of God – Updated for the 21st Century Reader


The Silence of God is a classic in dispensational thought. It contains hard-hitting questions and a solid theological response. The questions relate to pain and suffering, sin and its consequences, the promises of God and His work in the world today. Why do so many seemingly righteous believers not ever see the hand of God move swiftly to destroy their enemies, provide for their financial needs, or rescue them from disease? Why is God so often…SILENT?

The views in this book are not for the faint at heart. They question the assumptions of the standard view. But, are they right?

Read The Silence of God and decide for yourself!

Originally written by Sir Robert Anderson over 100 years ago, this classic book has been updated for the 21st century reader by Corey D. Evans. This volume contains both the updated version and the 1897 version.


Check out this review of The Silence of God by “Rev. Reads.”



Sir Robert Anderson was distinguished in a legal, political, and investigative career. Born in 1841, he died in 1918, having received accolades from his country and from theologians worldwide.

Corey D. Evans is a layman living in Taos, New Mexico.

Additional information

Weight 1.29 lbs
Pages and Binding:

248 – paperback




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