The Third Edition of the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language defines theodicy as, "A vindication of God's goodness and justice in the face of the existence of evil." The sites listed in this category embrace a Biblical perspective on this issue, focusing on an exegesis of the Book of Job from the Old Testament.
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10 Reasons to Believe in a God Who Allows Suffering
Explains the God who would allow such events to occur.
J. Hudson Taylor
Commentary on the Book of Job
by Fr. William Most
Geneva Commentary on Job
Index of /g/geneva/notes/Job: Hyptertext documents from the Christian Classics Ethereal Library at Calvin College.
Job: Consider My Servant
Bruce Cameron's Bible study.
Literature of the Middle Period
Old Testament Life and Literature; Gerald A. Larue.
Notes on the Book of Job
John Wesley's Commentary.
Satan the Adversary of Mankind
Bryan T. Huie
Theodicies in the Book of Job
by Adam J. Smargon.
Theodicy in an Evolutionary Perspective
Issue Four of DIALOGOS, November 1996: An Interactive Journal of the Sciences, Philosophy, and Theology.
Theodicy: The Problem of Evil
Article by Kenneth Cauthen
Tilting Whirlwinds: Suffering and Remedy in The Book of Job
Includes a seminar paper and links.
The Trial of Job
The Book of Job translated and annotated by Roger Eaton. Links to related resources.
The Trouble and Rest of Good Men
John Wesley Sermon 127 [text from the 1872 edition] Preached at St. Mary's in Oxford, on Sunday, Sept. 21, 1735.
Where is God in the Midst of Tragedy?
What exactly can we count on God for?
Who is the Devil, Satan?
The Interactive Bible.
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