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Karl Barth, the most important theologian since Aquinas:  "God is so far removed from our experience that one is even driven to question his very existence." // Was Barth's essentially agnostic philosophy owing to any real failure in the Bible to address the problem of evil in the world -- failure to answer 'How/why an almighty God of love permitted evil to exist even for a day?' Ctrl + click:  http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/our-suffering/  then open the new tab in your…

Karl Barth, the most important theologian since Aquinas: "God is so far removed from our experience that one is even driven to question his very existence." // Was Barth's essentially agnostic philosophy owing to any real failure in the Bible to address the problem of evil in the world -- failure to answer 'How/why an almighty God of love permitted evil to exist even for a day?' Ctrl + click: http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/our-suffering/ then open the new tab in your…

A related view, which draws on the Taoist concept of yin-yang, allows that both evil and good have positive reality, but maintains that they are complementary opposites, where the existence of each is dependant on the existence of the other. Compassion, a valuable virtue, can only exist if there is suffering; bravery only exists if we sometimes face danger; self-sacrifice is called for only where others are in need. This is sometimes called the "contrast" argument.

A related view, which draws on the Taoist concept of yin-yang, allows that both evil and good have positive reality, but maintains that they are complementary opposites, where the existence of each is dependant on the existence of the other. Compassion, a valuable virtue, can only exist if there is suffering; bravery only exists if we sometimes face danger; self-sacrifice is called for only where others are in need. This is sometimes called the "contrast" argument.

The Problem of Evil: Exonerating God

The Problem of Evil: Exonerating God

Ethics and the Problem of Evil

Ethics and the Problem of Evil (Hardcover)

Ethics and the Problem of Evil

God and the Problem of Evil: Five Views

God and the Problem of Evil: Five Views (Paperback)

God and the Problem of Evil: Five Views

The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings

The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings (Paperback)

The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings

Animal Suffering and the Problem of Evil

Animal Suffering and the Problem of Evil (Hardcover)

Animal Suffering and the Problem of Evil

Out of Eden: Adam and Eve and the Problem of Evil

Out of Eden: Adam and Eve and the Problem of Evil (Paperback)

Out of Eden: Adam and Eve and the Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the University of St Andrews in 2003

The Problem of Evil: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the University of St Andrews in 2003 (Hardcover)

The Problem of Evil: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the University of St Andrews in 2003

When There are Wars & Planes Fall from the Sky: How to Face the Problem of Evil & the Greater Problem of Good

When There are Wars & Planes Fall from the Sky: How to Face the Problem of Evil & the Greater Problem of Good

If I raise the problem of evil in this world — shouldn’t she raise higher the greater problem of good? If evil is seeming evidence to eradic...

Hitchens' razor is a law in epistemology (philosophical razor), which states that the burden of proof or onus in a debate lies with the claim-maker, and if he or she does not meet it, the opponent does not need to argue against the unfounded claim.

Hitchens' razor is a law in epistemology (philosophical razor), which states that the burden of proof or onus in a debate lies with the claim-maker, and if he or she does not meet it, the opponent does not need to argue against the unfounded claim.

At first I got a sick feeling in my stomach and wanted to punch somebody for reminding me of that evil lady. Then it was funny.

At first I got a sick feeling in my stomach and wanted to punch somebody for reminding me of that evil lady. Then it was funny.