Hart's prose captures the imagination and strengthens the spirit.
I would still highly recommend this book to anyone interested in theodicy and still consider this to be one of the best works on theodicy I have read so far.
This book is for anyone stuggling to comprehend how evil and natural disaster occur in the world which God has created as good.
A compelling and serious book by one of the most brilliant contemporary religious thinkers. He does not tolerate fools gladly and has a great style and he answers one of the great... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lawrence Cross
I have no doubt that this is one of the most concise and powerful works on theodicy out there. How Hart manages to condense all the information he provides in less than 150 pages... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joshua Cho
I thought Hart's reasoning was very challenging to follow, and difficult to reconcile with the concept of an all-powerful God. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book has very well thought out answers and very deep practical advice how one reacts to suffering. I loved it.Published 13 months ago by Michael Roth
In the vein of Christian literature that addresses "when bad things happen to good people." Accessible and a worthwhile read.Published 15 months ago by Michael Fekula
I really wanted to like this book. Being an atheist, it's hard find people not of the William Lane Craig crazy-ilk that are both reasoned scholars and good philosophers. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Adam
An awesome little book, if you'll permit the paradox.
Actually two longish essays written for The Wall Street Journal and First Things, in the aftermath of the Sri Lanka... Read more