Yazoğlu, Ruhattin
September 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2006, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p135
Academic Journal
The problem of evil is one of the subjects discussing in the philosophical thought. Evil is the argument suggested by atheists against the existence of God. Theist thinkers have defended the existence of God to atheists with various argument. They have interpreted evil in their systems. The one of this systems is process philosophy and theology. This article aimes to analyse understanding of evil in the process theology.


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