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Audio Bundle: Does Evil Disprove God? + God and the Mystery of Human Suffering - 6 CDs Total

  • Closer to Truth
  • Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, St. John’s Seminary
2 Course Bundle: 15 Lectures (6 CDs)
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Does Evil Disprove God?
by Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn, Ph.D.


God and the Mystery of Human Suffering
by Fr. Robin Ryan, CP, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
Does Evil Disprove God?
  1. Does Evil Disprove God?

    • Peter van Inwagen

    • Quentin Smith

    • Alvin Plantinga

    • Michael Tooley

    • Richard Swinburne

  1. Is Evil Necessary in God’s World?

    • Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

    • Richard Swinburne

    • Robin Collins

    • David Shatz

    • Robert John Russell

  1. Did God Create Evil?

    • Nancey Murphy

    • Gregory A. Boyd

    • Mahmoud Ayoub

    • Varadaraja V. Raman

    • Keith Ward

God and the Mystery of Human Suffering
  • Introduction to the Mystery
  • Perspectives on Suffering in the Hebrew Scriptures
  • The Book of Job and the Suffering of God in the Old Testament
  • The New Testament
  • Early Church, Aquinas, Classical Theism
  • Elie Wiesel
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  • Jürgen Moltmann
  • Edward Schillebeeckx
  • Gustavo Gutiérrez
  • Elizabeth Johnson
  • Final Reflections
About Your Presenter

Professor Peter C. Phan, S.T.D., Ph.D., D.D. is the inaugural holder of the Ignacio Ellacuría Chair of Catholic Social Thought and the founding Director of the Graduate Studies Program in Theology and Religious Studies at Georgetown University. He has three doctorates: the Doctor of Sacred Theology from the Universitas Pontificia Salesiana in Rome, and the Doctor of Philosophy and the Doctor of Divinity from the University of London. Professor Phan began his teaching career at Don Bosco College in Hong Kong, and he has taught at the University of Dallas, the Catholic University of America, Union Theological Seminary, Elms College, and St. Norbert College. He was the President of the Catholic Theological Society of America, and in 2010 he was awarded its John Courtney Murray Award, the highest honor given for outstanding achievements in theology.

Professor Peter C. Phan has published many books, edited some 20 volumes, and published over 300 essays on wide-ranging theological topics. He is the general editor of the multi-volume series Theology in Global Perspective for Orbis Books and Ethnic American Pastoral Spirituality for Paulist Press. His writings have been translated into multiple languages and have received many awards from learned socie...

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Prof. Darleen Pryds, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Christian Spirituality and History at the Franciscan School of Theology, where she has taught since 2001. She earned her doctorate in Medieval Religious History from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and an M.A. in Medieval History from the University of Southern California. Previously, she served as Associate Director of the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies in Chicago from 1994–1996, and as Assistant Professor of Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Virginia Tech from 1996–2001.

Prof. Pryds is the author of the books Women of the Streets: Early Franciscan Women and Their Mendicant Vocation (Franciscan Institute, 2010) and The King Embodies the Word: Robert d’Anjou and the Politics of Preaching (Brill, 2000), as well as numerous articles on Franciscan history and the spirituality of death and dying. She has received a Fulbright Fellowship to Italy, a Research Fellowship at the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame, and a National Endowment for the Humanities research grant to research at the Vati...

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