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  1. This book attempted to answer some really good questions. However, there was much to be desired. I wish that certain parts of the book would have gone into more depth while others would have been shorter.

  2. Henri Blocher was professor of Systematic Theology at Faculte Libre de Theologie Evangelique, Vaux-sur-Seine, France. In his book he tackles the theological question of evil in the world, using philosophy and logic. He takes on such philosophers and theologians as Hegel, Paul Tillich, Jurgen Moltmann and Karl Barth. He also analyzes G.E. Ladd's Kingdom of God theology and Dispensationalism - and finds them all wanting. Blocher defines evil as "'something' that occurs in experience but ought not [...]

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