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The Evils of Theodicy

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Published by Wipf & Stock Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Religion - Church History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8755965M
    ISBN 101579104304
    ISBN 109781579104306


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The Evils of Theodicy by Terrence W. Tilley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The thesis of this book is straightforward: Tilley argues that theodicy as a discourse practice creates evils while theodicists ignore or distort classic texts in the Christian tradition, unwittingly efface genuine evils in The Evils of Theodicy book attempts to justify God, and silence the voice of the suffering and the The Evils of Theodicy book by writing them out of the theological picture/5.

Terrence W. Tilley is Professor of Theology and Chair of the Department at Fordham University. His other books include Talking of God, Story Theology, The Evils of Theodicy, Inventing Catholic Tradition, History, Theology and Faith, and The Disciples' Jesus: Christology as Reconciling : Terrence W.

Tilley. Books shelved as theodicy: The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis, Evil and the Justice of God by N.T. Wright, A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis, The Doors of th. The thesis of this book is straightforward: Tilley argues that theodicy as a discourse practice creates evils while theodicists ignore or distort classic texts in the Christian tradition, unwittingly efface genuine evils in their attempts to justify God, and silence the voice of the suffering and the oppressed by writing them out of the theological picture.

"The thesis of this book is straightforward: Professor Tilley argues that theodicy as a discourse practice creates evils while theodicists ignore or distort classic texts in the Christian tradition, unwittingly efface genuine evils in their attempts to justify God, and silence the voice of the suffering and the oppressed by writing them out of the theological picture.

Theodicy Defined "Theodicy" is a term that Leibniz coined from the Greek words theos (God) and dike (righteous). A theodicy is an attempt to justify or defend God in the face of evil by answering the following problem, which in its most basic form involves these assumptions: 1.

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Terrance Tilley, for example, in his book The Evils of Theodicy writes: “The usual practice of academic theodicy has marginalised, supplanted, ‘purified’, and ultimately silenced those expressing grief, cursing God, consoling the sorrowful and trying practically to understand and counteract evil events, evil actions and evil practices.