Category Archives: Massimo Lorenzini

D. Massimiliano “Massimo” Lorenzini earned a B.A. degree in pastoral ministries from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and was awarded the Outstanding Student Award for the baccalaureate degree program for 1997-98. Massimo has also studied at The Master’s Seminary near Los Angeles, California. Massimo was born in Italy and moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico when he was nine. He spent his teen years in a rebellious and intoxicated lifestyle. He was saved by Jesus Christ at the age of twenty after viewing a film on Rock music from a Christian perspective called Hell’s Bells.

Massimo has a burden for reaching the lost. His passion is to clearly portray the vanity of a life lived in rebellion against our creator God in contrast to the joy of a life lived to glorify God. His desire is to help train Christians to become active participants in the Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20). To this end, Massimo has started a Christian worldview training ministry called Frontline Ministries (www.frontlinemin.org). He is available to speak to your group or event and to provide training in evangelism and apologetics.

The Problem of Evil

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The Challenge of Death and Suffering

As Christians, we believe in a good God who is all-powerful and all-loving. Yet, we cannot escape the reality of evil and suffering in the world. Many people reject belief in God because they can’t imagine a world in which God and evil both exist. It is a good thing to take evil seriously and to find it abhorrent. It would be far more disconcerting to talk with a person who finds no problem with the existence of evil (though a consistent atheist would have to say so).
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