The Problem of evil: selected readings

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University of Notre Dame Press, 1992 - Philosophy - 391 pages
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Contents

PART
21
No Evil Comes from God St Thomas Aquinas
31
Evil and the God of Religion David Hume
39
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Michael L. Peterson is Professor of Philosophy at Asbury College. His publications include "The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings" (1992), and "Reason and Religious Belief "(co-authored, 2002). He is also series editor of Blackwell's "Exploring the Philosophy of Religion,"

Raymond J. VanArragon is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Asbury College. He specializes in epistemology and philosophy of religion.

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