Evolution and the Problem of Natural Evil
About the Book
Is the evolutionary process intelligently designed? If so, why did the Creator choose such an evil-infested means to create the biosphere? What is the intrinsic nature of evil itself? Is natural evil necessary? Is evil compatible with the existence of God? Will the world's evils ever be totally redeemed? What place does humanity occupy in the cosmic scheme of things? "Evolution and the Problem of Natural Evil" attempts to answer these and other timeless questions by proposing a bold new conceptual synthesis that aggressively marries the tenets of modern developmental psychology to the basic concepts of classical theism. The end result of this novel approach is deeply encouraging, insofar as it places the problem of evil, as well as the general fate of human existence, in a much larger and more optimistic context than has traditionally been imagined.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780761818120
EAN: 9780761818120
Publisher Date: 22 Nov 2000
Bood Data Readership Text: Undergraduate
Dewey: 215.7
Height: 230 mm
LCCN: 00047921
No of Pages: 384
PrintOnDemand: N
Series Title: English
Year Of Publication: 2000
ISBN-10: 076181812X
Publisher: University Press of America
Binding: Paperback
Country Of Origin: United States
Gardner Classification Code: K00
Language: English
MediaMail: Y
Pagination: 384 pages
Returnable: Y
Width: 146 mm