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Mystery: the difference between THEOLOGY AND Theodicy By Apostle Oleg MB
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MANY ARE IN THEODICY AND THEY CALL IT THEOLOGY GO BACK TO THE FUTURE AND UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS
Theodicy Essays: On the Goodness of God, the Freedom of Man and The Origin of Evil By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz & E. M. Huggard
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The theodicy essays of Gottfried Leibniz are considered landmark examples which treat the subject thoroughly and comprehensively with lengthy and incisive philosophical discussions. Theodicy is... More > defined as the study of the question: "Why does evil occur in a world with a God who is good?" - Leibniz was far from being the only scholar and philosopher troubled by evil, which he viewed as a problem that required answering from a religious and philosophical perspective. Authoring his treatises in the early 18th century, Leibniz ably details his own and past arguments on the theme of theodicy. It was arguably the issue which occupied (and preoccupied) his mind more than any other: indeed, this book represents the only book-length treatise ever written by Leibniz. This edition of the text includes all the original appendices, which include subsequent reflections on the original book. The translation to English from Norwegian by scholar E. M. Huggard is among the most appreciated to this day.< Less
Theodicy Essays: On the Goodness of God, the Freedom of Man and The Origin of Evil (Hardcover) By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz & E. M. Huggard
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The theodicy essays of Gottfried Leibniz are considered landmark examples which treat the subject thoroughly and comprehensively with lengthy and incisive philosophical discussions. Theodicy is... More > defined as the study of the question: "Why does evil occur in a world with a God who is good?" - Leibniz was far from being the only scholar and philosopher troubled by evil, which he viewed as a problem that required answering from a religious and philosophical perspective. Authoring his treatises in the early 18th century, Leibniz ably details his own and past arguments on the theme of theodicy. It was arguably the issue which occupied (and preoccupied) his mind more than any other: indeed, this book represents the only book-length treatise ever written by Leibniz. This edition of the text includes all the original appendices, which include subsequent reflections on the original book. The translation to English from Norwegian by scholar E. M. Huggard is among the most appreciated to this day.< Less
Theodicy: Essays On the Goodness of God the Freedom of Man and the Origin of Evil By Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Théodicée, is a book of philosophy by the German polymath Gottfried Leibniz. The book, published in 1710, introduced the term theodicy, and its optimistic approach to the problem of... More > evil is thought to have inspired Candide (albeit satirically). Much of the work consists of a response to the ideas of Pierre Bayle, with whom Leibniz carried on a debate for many years.< Less
God and Suffering By Matthew Edwards
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A collection of writings on the nature and role of suffering from a Christian perspective
The Complaint of Jacob By R.P. Nettelhorst
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If God loves me, then why is everything going wrong? What key do we need to unlock the blessings of God? A low point in Jacob’s life offers a clue. Beside himself with grief, he exclaims... More > “Everything is against me!” (Genesis 42:36) Less true words have rarely been spoken. Many argue that success in life can be gained by a formula, a prayer, rooting out hidden sin, or following a list of good things to do. Jacob’s complaint argues for a radically different solution.< Less
The Complaint of Jacob By R.P. Nettelhorst
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If God loves me, then why is everything going wrong? What key do we need to unlock the blessings of God? A low point in Jacob’s life offers a clue. Beside himself with grief, he exclaims... More > “Everything is against me!” (Genesis 42:36) Less true words have rarely been spoken. Many argue that success in life can be gained by a formula, a prayer, rooting out hidden sin, or following a list of good things to do. Jacob’s complaint argues for a radically different solution.< Less
Night Thoughts By Edward Young
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Why do bad things happen to good people? How do we handle suffering? How do we make sense of life when our loved ones die? In 1745 Edward Young published a poem of 10,000 lines in blank verse... More > whose popularity would rival Pilgrim’s Progress and Milton’s Paradise Lost. In Night Thoughts, Young faces the loss of his wife and closest friends, pondering the hard questions over a series of nine dark nights. Largely unavailable for nearly a hundred years, discover the timeless beauty and ancient truths contained in this matchless poem.< Less
Night Thoughts By Edward Young
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Why do bad things happen to good people? How do we handle suffering? How do we make sense of life when our loved ones die? In 1745 Edward Young published a poem of 10,000 lines in blank verse... More > whose popularity would rival Pilgrim’s Progress and Milton’s Paradise Lost. In Night Thoughts, Young faces the loss of his wife and closest friends, pondering the hard questions over a series of nine dark nights. Largely unavailable for nearly a hundred years, discover the timeless beauty and ancient truths contained in this matchless poem.< Less
Is God Evil? By Adam Weishaupt
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It's the ultimate question. Is the God of the Jews, Christians and Muslims evil? Is he at the core of the malignancy in the human condition? Does his malevolent will touch every corner of the earth,... More > spreading discord, division, conflict and hate? Three thousand years of the history of the "People of the Book" provide a tale of unparalleled savagery and intolerance, all in the name of an alleged God of justice, forgiveness, love, peace, mercy and compassion. The ancient secret society known as the Illuminati are advocates of the Gnostic religion that defines the Biblical Creator as none other than Satan. The serpent, a symbol of wisdom, tried to enlighten the human race via the fabled Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eve, but humanity chose faith over knowledge and thus became the pawns of the Prince of Darkness, the Lord of the Flies. Is earth actually hell?< Less

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