Defending God: Biblical Responses to the Problem of Evil

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Oxford University Press, 21 באפר׳ 2005 - 288 עמודים
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In the ancient Near East, when the gods detected gross impropriety in their ranks, they subjected their own to trial. When mortals suspect their gods of wrongdoing, do they have the right to put them on trial? What lies behind the human endeavor to impose moral standards of behavior on the gods? Is this effort an act of arrogance, as Kant suggested, or a means of keeping theological discourse honest? It is this question James Crenshaw seeks to address in this wide-ranging study of ancient theodicies. Crenshaw has been writing about and pondering the issue of theodicy - the human effort to justify the ways of the gods or God - for many years. In this volume he presents a synthesis of his ideas on this perennially thorny issue. The result sheds new light on the history of the human struggle with this intractable problem.

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Introduction
3
PART I Spreading the Blame Around
23
PART II Redefining God
73
PART III Shifting to the Human Scene
133
Conclusion
191
Notes
197
Select Bibliography
251
Scripture Index
265
Person Index
271
Subject Index
273
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James L. Crenshaw is Robert L. Flowers Professor of Old Testament at Duke University. He is the author of many books, most recently The Psalms: An Introduction (2001) and Education in Ancient Israel: Across the Deadening Silence (1998).

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