Religious Studies 40 (2):217-224 (2004)

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Thomas Talbott
Willamette University
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In this brief reply to Walls's challenging critique, I try to do two things: first, clarify the most fundamental point on which I think Walls and I disagree, and second, argue that, as surprising as it may first appear, Walls's free-will theodicy of hell requires that God interfere with human freedom in inappropriate ways. (Published Online April 21 2004).
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