Naming the Silences

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A&C Black, Dec 10, 2004 - Religion - 170 pages
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Drawing on true cases of ill and dying children, this book explores explanations for suffering and evil in today's world.
 

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Review: Naming the Silences: God, Medicine, and the Problem of Suffering

User Review  - Rhonda - Goodreads

Thoughtful theological book relevant for anyone working with those with significant disease burden, loss, bereavement. Writer uses case study of child's death, so often troubling for religious people ... Read full review

Review: Naming the Silences: God, Medicine, and the Problem of Suffering

User Review  - Jeremy Meeks - Goodreads

Not the first time through. Won't be the last. A great piece of work that tries to help us make sense of suffering without resolving The so-called problem of evil. A book for suffers and those who desire to learn how to suffer well and suffer along side. Read full review

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Contents

A Childs Dying
1
Theology Theodicy and Medicine
39
Medicine as Theodicy
97

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About the author (2004)

Stanley Hauerwas is Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University.

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