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Published by P. Lang in Bern, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Theodicy,
  • Bible,
  • Hidden God,
  • Sermons

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementPaolo de Petris
SeriesEuropean university studies. Series XXIII, Theology -- v. 926 = Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXIII, Theologie ; Bd. 926
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9418 .D385 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25323486M
ISBN 109783034310956
LC Control Number2012014920

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Get this from a library! Calvin's theodicy and the hiddenness of God: Calvin's sermons on the book of Job. [Paolo De Petris]. Get this from a library! Calvin's Theodicy and the Hiddenness of God: Calvin's Sermons on the Book of Job.. [Paolo De Petris] -- Calvin’s Theodicy has been substantially ignored or simply negated until now on the assumption that the issues raised by the modern problem of evil and Calvin’s discussion of providence and evil. Calvins «Theodicy»and the Hiddenness of God Calvins «Sermons on the Book of Job» demonstrate that one of the most important reasons that prompted Calvin to preach for almost 2 years Sermons on the Book of Job was to «vindicate» God's justice by demonstrating the meaningfulness of God's activity in human life. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Calvin’s Theodicy has been substantially ignored or simply negated until now on the assumption that the issues raised by the modern problem of evil and Calvin’s discussion of providence and evil would be unspoken premise underlying this conviction is that theodicy is a modern problem, since earlier formulations in no way attempted to justify God’s actions. The problem of divine hiddenness is that the hiddenness of God seems to supply a strong reason to think that there is no loving God, since a loving God would reveal himself to all. More specifically, the problem of divine hiddenness is a problem for traditional theists who believe God is all-powerful, all-knowing and perfectly loving and.   Encountering Evil, a New Edition: Live Options in Theodicy, by Stephen T. Davis. A stellar ensemble of thinkers, including John Hick, David Ray Griffin and John Cobb Jr., address the problem of how good and evil can coexist. Each chapter is followed by critical responses from the other contributors and then a rejoinder by the author. Sparks fly and issues are sharpened and gy. Bei bekommst Du einen Calvin's "Theodicy"and the Hiddenness of God Preisvergleich und siehst ob ein Shop gerade eine Calvin's "Theodicy"and the Hiddenness of God Aktion hat! Suchen: Testberichte, mio.

God, Freedom, and Evil by Plantinga is a good one for his Free Will Defence, though not strictly a theodicy. The Problem of Pain followed immediately by A . Calvin for Teens: Institutes of the Christian Religion in Modern English: Book One: The Knowledge of God the Creator (Volume 1) [Calvin, John, Weerstra, Caroline] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Calvin for Teens: Institutes of the Christian Religion in Modern English: Book One: The Knowledge of God the Creator (Volume 1)/5(5). Introduction: The Hiddenness of God DANIEL HOWARD-SNYDER AND PAUL K. MOSER Many people are perplexed, even troubled, by the fact that God (if such there be) has not made His existence sufficiently clear. This fact – the fact of divine hiddenness – is a source of existential concern for many people. That is, it.   But the freedom God awakens you to is the freedom to do otherwise–freedom of the libertarian sort that can still reject God’s loving invitation through the Spirit. The free-will defense or theodicy usually goes against any kind of theological determinism inconsistent with Arminian or Wesleyan views. Calvinism, Theodicy, and Salvation.