Category Archives: Theodicy and the Problem of Evil

Prayers for the Journey: “On Theodicy”

Having lived and walked amongst evangelicals for the better part of 20 years now and having identified myself as one of their number, I have come to this disturbing conclusion: as a people, we do not know how to pray. 

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The “Monsters” of Boston and “The Walking Dead”

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and his brother Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,19, are now known as the two men that planted bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, taking the lives of thee people, including an eight-year old boy.  As I write … Continue reading

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Prayers for the Journey: “On Boston, Bombs and Eight-Year-Old Boys”

Last Friday I began a new series on the subject of prayer.  And as some of you may recall, in my introduction, I openly confessed at that I am not a man to teach you how to pray.  I say … Continue reading

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