Should Theists Eschew Theodicies? Nahmanides and Joseph Soloveitchik on the Problem of Suffering

Date / Time

November 27, 2018 - November 27, 2018

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Whereas many theistic philosophers have vigorously attempted to “justify the ways of God” in the face of suffering, in recent times others have argued that it is religiously and/or morally wrong to do so. Their approach has been called anti-theodicy. Professor Shatz will examine several considerations that have been marshaled for an antitheodic stance, particularly by Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, and to compare them to the pro-theodic approach of Moses Nahmanides.

For more details visit: https://lcsl.uic.edu/lcsl/events/2018/11/27/default-calendar/should-theists-eschew-theodicies-nahmanides-and-joseph-soloveitchik-on-the-problem-of-suffering

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