«As a philosopher of religion who has defended theism for many years, I find it hard to convince myself that the criticisms of belief in God to be found in this book can all be refuted. I recommend the book highly to theists, agnostics, and atheists alike.» (Clement Dore, Chair of Philosophy, Emeritus, Vanderbilt University)
«Professor Weisberger's work is the most clear, careful, and comprehensive review and evaluation of the recent literature on the problem of evil that one could hope for. It is valuable both as a source book and as a complete study.» (Michael Hodges, Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University)
About the Author
The Author: A. M. Weisberger, who was Chair of Philosophy and Religion at a private liberal arts college for many years, received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Vanderbilt University. Her interest in issues of suffering and justice has been a dominant force in her research, which spans the areas of philosophy of religion, practical ethics, and Holocaust studies. She has published on a variety of topics in professional journals in philosophy, religion, and the sciences.