“The 20th century saw a renaissance in Christian philosophy… its Michelangelo was Dr. Gordon H. Clark. Every thinking Christian needs to draw deeply and often from the wellspring of truth this great thinker and writer gave to the world.” – www.NiceneCouncil.com
From the beginning those who have opposed and attempted to refute the Christian faith have relied first and foremost on the so-called “problem of evil.” If God is all-powerful, they say, He cannot be good, since there is evil in the world. If He is good, He cannot be all-powerful because He allows evil to exist. Either way, their logic goes, the God of the Bible — the One who is both perfectly good and powerful — is a logical impossibility. In this powerful apologetic, Dr. Clark doesn’t just confound this popular argument, he tears it to shreds. This book is the masterful solution to the ancient problem of evil.
Contents: Historical Exposition; Free Will; Reformation Theology; Gill’s Exegesis; Omniscience; Responsibility and Free Will; The Will of God; Puppets; Appeal to Ignorance; Responsibility and Determinism; Distortions and Cautions; Deo Soli Gloria; Scripture Index; Index.
Paperback, 60 pages
Publisher: The Trinity Foundation; 2nd edition (2004)
God and Evil: The Problem Solved by Gordon H. Clark:
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