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John Hick's theodicy : a process humanist critique

by C. Robert Mesle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312057067, Hardcover)

Combining scholarly criticism with concern for people, especially children, this book challenges the fundamental value assumptions underlying Hick's Irenaean theodicy, assumptions basic to most other traditional theodicies as well. Focusing on the ethical implications of Hick's theodicy, the author draws on both process humanism and process theism to offer a fresh perspective on suffering, faith and the "Freedom Will Defence". The book combines constructive reflections with critical studies of Hick"s works, and concludes with John Hick's response to Mesle's challenge.

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