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Unformatted text preview: 11-28-07FINAL EXAM INFORMATION2 essay questions10 out of 11 identification questions- Know glossary terms- More space than midterms- 75 to 100 wordsBlue BooksExam held in hereReview Session Wednesday Dec 12that 2pm- Regular meeting placeJob and the Problem of SufferingI.The Classical Problem of Sufferinga.The Term: Theodicyi.the righteousness/justice of Godii.How can God be righteous given the state of the world?iii.How can you justify what God is allowing to happen here?b.The Logical Problemi.Traditional Syllogism1.God is all loving (and so does not want people to suffer)2.God is all powerful (and so is able to prevent suffering)3.There is sufferingii.How can all 3 be true1.many logicians say they cannot all be true2.Meaning 1 of the 3 is not trueII.Biblical Answera.Punishment for sin (DH and prophets)b.Natural correlation of evil and suffering (Proverbs)c.Redemptive Suffering (Hebrew Bible suffering servant)d.The Forces of evil and sovereignty of God (Daniel Apocalyptic writers)e.Meaninglessness of life (Ecclesiastes)III.The Book Of Joba.Summary of its Contentsi.About a very righteous man who suffers deeply. He is not an About a very righteous man who suffers deeply....
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