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God and Evil: In the Theology of St Thomas Aquinas Paperback – April 26, 2010
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The book is mentioned in an article on Terry Eagleton, who wrote the foreword. (The American Spectator)
'As interpretation of Aquinas, as well as an approach to the problem of evil, this book is obviously controversial’
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