God, Evil, and the Contemplation of Infinitely Many Options
|dc.description.abstract||This essay examines the problem of evil, and then develops a free will theodicy. Then the paper considers some themes in distinctively Christian theodicy building, in more detail.|
|dc.subject||Philosophy Of Religion|
|dc.subject||The Problem Of Evil|
|dc.title||God, Evil, and the Contemplation of Infinitely Many Options|
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