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I had always thought that the best approach to dealing with the problem of evil was that of a classical apologist.
N. T. Wright summarizes the subject of evil in the world, and how God allows it, and what he has done and is doing about its continuing presence.
N.T Wright is one of the best biblical scholars of our times, and this book continues his tradition of insightful and thoughtful writings.
N.T. Wright up to his usual well-grounded writing. We are using this in a small group study. There is lots of great material for discussion!Published 1 month ago by Flo Rida
I have been recommending this book quite a lot since first reading it. Ive returned to it numerous times already for insight. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jesse Evans
Dr. Wright is one of our best theologians of today. He interprets the Bible using the Bible. I tend to read everything he writes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by G. Wilson
Evil and the Justice of God (2006) is a concise treatment of the problem of evil and why the Christian response makes sense. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jason Kanz
Excellent work. Never get tired of listening to it and getting more ideas. Great work o. A challenging topic. Highly recommended.Published 13 months ago by Robert D. Jackson
In this short, masterful, book on the problem of evil, N. T. Wright proposes to approach the problem of evil in a way that, even amongst Christian philosophers and theologians, is... Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Haines
I do enjoy reading Tom Wright's books, and this is no exception. I've read several books on Theodicy over the last year or so, and this has been the one that I have enjoyed the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Glenn Crouch