From the B&H Academic Blog
Jan 18, 2017
by the Editor
The Problem of Evil: The Challenge of Essential Christian Beliefs offers a comprehensive examination of the problem of evil from both technical and ministerial perspectives.
Author and acclaimed philosophy professor Jeremy A. Evans treats the history of the problem with fairness, looking at it through contemporary philosophical literature and offering responses to the most substantive arguments from evil. His purpose is to provide holistic responses to the problem of evil that are philosophically and theologically maintainable.
Among the chapters are
- “Introduction to the Problem of Evil,”
- “The Logical Problem of Evil,”
Jan 13, 2017
Enduring Truth argues that faithfulness to Scripture is the solution to a “crisis” among African American preaching. Though misinterpreting God’s Word is not restricted to one race or culture, author Aaron Lavender identifies three factors that have precipitated the decline of black preaching specifically: racial segregation, black liberation theology, and prosperity theology.
The book’s first chapter recounts the history of the crisis, noting how discrimination in theological education led black ministers to liberal colleges and seminaries that prophetically confronted Jim Crow but taught the social gospel and other forms of theological error....
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- Evangelism Is . . .June 2010Two veteran missionaries write forty creative and empowering chapters on what it truly means to share Jesus with passion and confidence both locally and worldwide.