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Christian Faith and the Problem of Evil
POD; Published: 10/4/2004
ISBN: 978-0-8028-2697-8
Price: $ 36.50
330 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6.25 x 9.25
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This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable.

C. Stephen Evans
—Baylor University
"This book not only contains some of the sharpest and most interesting work by philosophers on the problem of why a good God allows evil but also brings the thinking of Christians from a great variety of backgrounds and fields of study to bear on this cluster of problems. The essays are fresh and original; readers will find their minds stretched and their hearts moved."
Eleonore Stump
—Saint Louis University
"In this wonderful, far-ranging book Peter van Inwagen has gathered essays on the problem of evil written not only by some of our best philosophers of religion (himself included) but also by professionals experienced in the care of those broken by suffering. The resulting highly diverse set of essays will instruct and move all those interested in the problem."
Michael Murray
—Franklin and Marshall College
"Recent literature on the problem of evil is filled with highly technical discussions that are often utterly inaccessible to all but the most specialized audience. Christian Faith and the Problem of Evil breaks with this trend in two important respects. First, it contains essays written in a style that makes them interesting and accessible to professional and lay readers alike. Second, instead of treating evil from a generically theistic perspective, these provocative essays address evil from a distinctively Christian point of view. Truly a cutting-edge volume."
Kelly James Clark
—Calvin College
"A fascinating and timely discussion of God and evil from the standpoint of faith. The breadth of methodologies and the appeal to Christian beliefs combine to make this a unique and important work."
William Lane Craig
—Biola University
"This volume extends the discussion of the problem of evil among analytic philosophers of religion and, moreover, opens up fresh perspectives on that problem from hitherto neglected biblical and theological vantage points. I found the discussion to be both stimulating and inspiring."