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Given three weeks to live - Hilary's story

Part 4 of 'The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?'

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In the thirty years of conflict in Northern Ireland known as 'the Troubles,' more than three thousand people were killed. Hilary McDowell, from Belfast, was involved in the work of reconciliation after the Troubles. She's also an internationally travelled writer, speaker, and counsellor. But when she was born, Hilary had multiple disabilities, and she was given only three weeks to live. In this video, Hilary tells her story. Part 4 of 'The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?' Introduced by BBC TV Songs of Praise presenter Diane Louise Jordan.

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