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Problem of Evil: Selected Readings (Michael L Peterson (ed)) Paperback Book, (University of Notre Dame Press, 1992) 9780268015152
Problem of Evil: Selected Readings (Michael L Peterson (ed)) Paperback Book, (University of Notre Dame Press, 1992) 9780268015152
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Title: The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings

Author: Peterson, Michael L (ed)

Publisher: U of Notre Dame Press; Publication Date: 1992

Paperback; ISBN: 9780268015152

Volumes: 1; Pages: 408

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Of all the issues in the philosophy of religion, the problem of evil arguably commands more attention than any other. This text clearly exhibits the main structure of the overall problem as it has been treated in Western theistic traditions.This anthology on the problem of evil contains classical and contemporary pieces arranged into four major sections: classic statements of the problem, versions of the problem of evil, perspectives in theodicy, and issues in the problem of evil.ContentsPreface Introduction: The Problem of Evil Pt. 1 Classic Statements of the Problem Traditional Treatments Job's Complaint and the Whirlwind's Answer No Evil Comes from God Evil and the God of Religion Modern Treatments Rebellion Physical Suffering and the Justice of God Night Pt. 2 Versions of the Problem of Evil The Logical Problem Evil and Omnipotence The Free Will Defenses The Evidential Problem Is Evil Evidence against the Existence of God? Evil as Evidence against God's Existence The Existential Problem On Regretting the Evils of This World Redemptive Suffering: A Christian Solution to the Problem of Evil Pt. 3 Perspectives in Theodicy Augustinian Theodicy A Good Creation's Capacity for Evil Augustine and the Denial of Genuine Evils Irenaean Theodicy The World as a Vale of Soul-Making The Loving God: Some Observations on Hick's Theodicy Process Theodicy Divine Persuasion and the Triumph of Good Evil and Persuasive Powers Pt. 4 Issues in the Problem of Evil God and the Best Possible World Must God Create the Best? God, Moral Perfection, and Possible Worlds Natural Evils and Natural Laws Natural Evil Knowledge, Freedom, and the Problem of Evil Why Plantinga Must Move from Defense to Theodicy Ad Walls Theoretical and Practical Theodicy Taking Suffering Seriously Can Theodicy Be Avoided? The Claim of Unredeemed Evils Bibliography
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