Reconciling Religious Faith and Natural Disaster The world's major faiths were affected by the tsunami -- Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Jews and Christians all suffered catastrophic losses. Members of different religions talk about how they reconcile human suffering with the idea of a caring God. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.
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The world's major faiths were affected by the tsunami — Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Jews and Christians all suffered catastrophic losses. Members of different religions talk about how they reconcile human suffering with the idea of a caring God. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.