The Theodicy of C.S. Lewis
Lewis’s defense of God’s goodness in the presence of evil rests heavily upon the belief that love given out of free will is more valuable than love given out of forced obedience.Brian Klein | St Olaf Avodah | Spring 2015
Nonviolent Action and the Revolution of the Cross
In fact, in line with this trend of “questioning institutions”, MIT has recently announced a $250,000 award to further encourage “extraordinary civil, non-violent disobedience for the benefit of society.” But why is this all happening?Matthew Chun | MIT et Spiritus | Spring 2017
The Problem of Good: Is Christianity Necessary?
Just as people have taken the presence of evil as a reason to question the validity of Christianity, so also people have seen the presence of good as inconsistent with Christianity’s message.Nathaniel Schmucker | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2013