Merton Lee is the best-selling author of two books: One Thousand Gifts (Where is God when it hurts) and When Bad Things Happen to Good People (Amazon.com). His poem The Road Not Taken (on reading Robert Frost's poem) and his poem Dover Beach (2014) have been read by thousands of readers.
Merton Lee is also the well-known author of Christian articles "Footprints in the sand (New version year 2013)" and "Let's do something beautiful for God". He is also the well-known messenger of "God is biting the bullet theodicy". He is born in Singapore in 1969. He is a Christian essayist, poet and teacher for the past 10 years. He has studied, reflected on and practiced the key insights of the perennial wisdom of Christianity and the major religions for 30 years. He works as an admin and finance manager for more than 20 years in the public sector, contributing his best years to public service. He is married for 20 years, with two children.
Merton Lee graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1993 with a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Economics. He also obtained Masters degrees from UK and Australian Universities in Business Administration, Financial Management and Accountancy. He is the author of the popular eBook "When Bad Things Happen to Good People (God explains life's mysteries, problems and wisdom)" (Amazon.com)
STAR book review (paperback) : When Bad Things Happen To Good People (Kindle ebook) by Christian author, Merton Lee, is a book "capturing wisdom, faith and encouragement from a biblical perspective, enabling pastors and Christians to discover purpose and fulfillment through God’s wisdom filled-truths. This book is intended to be a ‘ground-breaking’ handbook in becoming a mature and fruitful believer. Seen through the eyes of God, past experiences, Scripture and poetic writings, the author has filled the book with many original and re-written versions of famous writings and quotes from famous people and writers. The book also addresses many age-old questions such as why we exist, what is our purpose and why does God allow bad things to happen. This is an inspiring and uplifting read for those that love literature and the Lord.
Offering hope to readers through inspiring true stories and narratives presented and themed by the seasons of the year: spring, summer, autumn and winter, the author gives inspiring quotes from many famous people and writers such as Mother Teresa, Helen Keller and Emily Dickinson, that help readers better understand themselves and the light of Jesus Christ. Included is the well-known poem ‘Footprints’ that has been revised by the author.
This book is an inspiring gem, with many different facets, presenting wisdom for a weary world. It gives insight into the Kingdom of God and encourages all to look up to the One and only - Jesus Christ. This is one of those books that has the potential of being a classic in your literary collection. If you love literature, poems and God’s wisdom for fruitful living, you will appreciate this book. This book would also make an excellent gift for those who are struggling, who don’t know God or simply need encouragement." (Christian Book Review)
(Kirkus Book Indie Review) : “The book postulates that God is loving and lives through us; it makes its argument by using the stories of figures throughout history who embraced the idea that through God’s love, humanity can make the world better. The book succeeds in that it highlights a universal theme of faith ... A well-written collection of thoughts and stories for believing Christians.”
This is a new ground-breaking handbook and essential guide for Christians, pastors, religious believers and wisdom-seekers seeking answers to "Why do bad things happen to good people?", "Why does God allow undeserved suffering and untimely death?", "Why does the world exist?" It contains inspiring true stories and wisdom narratives which encourage us during adversities and the different seasons of life. It contains fresh insights and a new theodicy which enable us to develop deeper understanding into the problems of suffering and to defend the Christian faith. It also contains useful wisdom principles and insights which deepen our understanding of the meaning and purpose of existence.