Christian theodicy in light of genesis and modern science

Abstract

Simon Blackburn, a Cambridge philosopher, begins his book Being Good by contrasting our physical environment with our moral environment. He defines our moral environment as “the surrounding climate of ideas about how to live.”1 Though we cannot help but be aware of our physical environment, we are often oblivious of our moral environment. Yet, even when largely invisible, our moral environment is always deeply influential. According to Blackburn.

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