Mod4Session10- Augustinian and Irenaean Theodicies

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Module IV Module IV Session 10 Session 10 God and Evil in God and Evil in Augustinian and Augustinian and Irenaean Irenaean Theodicies Theodicies (Stewart: 165 (Stewart: 165 - - 181 & 181 & additional readings by Hick and additional readings by Hick and Stam Stam - - blackboard) blackboard)
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Highlights of modules IV & V In the final two modules of Part 1 of the course, we will focus on “God & the problem of evil.” The additional reading by Hick (blackboard) accompanies themes found in both modules IV and V. The two modules can be studies and reviewed together in one week, giving you an extra week to review all material before exam #1. _________________________ Did you know that “God” has a problem of “evil” with no easy strategy for solution? This “problem” poses one of the major challenges for the coherent concept and worshipful person of “God.” Can philosophers of religion help God get around this hoop? Does God need our help?
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