Worldviews and the Problem of Evil
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Worldviews and the Problem of Evil : A Comparative Approach

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How does the Christian response to the problem of evil contrast with that of other worldviews? Most attempts at answering the problem of evil either present a straightforward account of the truth claims of Christianity or defend a minimalist concept of God. This book is different. Inside, you'll examine four worldviews' responses to the problem of evil. Then, you'll hear the author's argument that Christian theism makes better sense of the phenomenon of evil in the worldâ?"equipping you to reach an informed conclusion. This book's unique approachâ?"integrating worldviews with apologetics with theologyâ?"will give you a better understanding of the debate surrounding the problem of evil, in both philosophy and theology. Learn to think cogently and theologically about the problem of evil and Christianity's ability to answer its challenges with Worldviews and the Problem of Evil as your guide.
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  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 431g
  • Bellingham, United States
  • English
  • 1683593057
  • 9781683593058
  • 740,810

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Campbell makes a compelling, clear, and insightful case that Christian theism offers a preferable framework for understanding and addressing the problem of evil. Along the way, Campbell carefully introduces and charitably engages a host of theological and philosophical issues, providing a well-written and easy-to-read treatment that will be of value to both introductory and more seasoned readers. --John C. Peckham, Professor of Theology and Christian Philosophy, Andrews University

-- (08/08/2019)
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About Jr. Ronnie P. Campbell

Ronnie Campbell (Ph.D. Liberty University) is associate professor of theology at Liberty University's Rawlings School of Divinity. He is the author of For Love of God: An Invitation to Theology.
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