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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 216

Size: 140 x 210 x 10.16mm

Publisher: Veritas

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Is God to Blame?

& Gerard J. Hughes

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We live in an age where war, natural disaster, and terrorism are the fodder for our daily news programs. In this timely and highly accessible book, key questions around 'the problem of evil' are examined, the question of whether God could do better is posed and the nature of human responsibility and the Christian understanding of suffering pondered.

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