Nature red in tooth and claw theism and the problem of animal suffering

Those who believe in God often puzzle over how God could permit evil and suffering in the world. 'Nature Red in Tooth and Claw' focuses specifically on non-human animal suffering, and whether or not it raises problems for belief in the existence of a perfectly good creator

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Murray, Michael J.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2008, 2008
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