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Introduction to theodicy & recap of evil

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Freya Jennison

on 18 February 2013

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Transcript of Introduction to theodicy & recap of evil

Introduction to Theodicy What is a theodicy? Protest theodicy anti-theodicy?
(it provides no answers) Job Summary task Write no more than one side of A4 and include the following: Greek Theodicy =
the technical term for attempts to solve the problem of evil Leibniz How can you justify the existence of a loving, righteous God in the face of evil? theos - God dike - righteous coined by John Roth who was inspired by the Jewish experience of the Holocaust puts God on trial challenges God asks 'where is God?' doesn't reject God but asks WHY? Elie Wiesel's Night Doestoyevsky's Brothers Karamazov What sort of man is Job?
List some examples of his sufferings
Summarise Eliphaz, Bildad, Zophar and Elihu's attitudes to Job's suffering
What is God's response (chs 38/39)
Why does God allow Job to suffer? (chs 1/2)
What message about suffering does this book contain? Augustine quote
Moral and natural evil definition and examples
Mackie's Inconsistent Triad
Atheist response
Theodicy definition and information
Protest theodicy and story of Job 1710
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