Horrendous Evil and the Loving God: a Reply to Joshua Thurow

Sophia 61 (2):419-428 (2022)
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Abstract

Marilyn McCord Adams has defended theodicy by appeal to the idea of post-mortem compensation for the victims of horrendous evil. I have argued that this overlooks the dissociation of theodicy from moral reality that she concedes in her response to criticism of theodicy by D Z Phillips. Joshua Thurow has recently defended Adams against my argument. Here I defend and strengthen that argument against Thurow.

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Andrew Gleeson
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