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Evil, Anger, and God

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Evil in Scripture denotes both suffering and behavior that causes it. Anger often follows suffering. Anger at people is condemned, but anger at God is accepted because biblical faith portrays God as inflicting evil. This faith calls for an understanding of language about God acting and a biblical theodicy revealing God's goodness; both are provided. Portrayals of God as in ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by WingSpan Press
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WHAT I LEARNED BY WRITING THIS BOOK

The book is Evil, Anger, and God, and I learned many things by writing it.

1. Learn By Writing. I learned that writing is an exacting teacher. Beliefs can be merely tacit. Thinking about beliefs requires only minimal mental verbalization. Telling others your beliefs, it is to be hoped, demands more verbal clarity. But writing one’s beliefs for publication and review is an exacting teacher who demands maximum verbal clarity.

2. My Offspring. Evil, Anger, and God
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