Providence and the Problem of Evil

Oxford: Oxford University Press (1998)
The author of this text, the third in a tetralogy, examines this problem, and offers his interpretation of the problem.
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ISBN(s) 0198237987   9780198237983  
DOI 10.1023/A:1003746825286
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