The Problem of Pain

by C. S. Lewis     |     Book Summary


Author: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: HarperOne
Date: October 18, 1940
Pages: 162


In The Problem of Pain, C.S. Lewis sought to provide an answer to the intellectual problem of evil. In philosophy, the “problem of evil” refers to the question of why an omnipotent and omnibenevolent God would allow evil to co-exist with His creation.

The problem of evil is perhaps the most common objection to the truth claims of Christianity. Many people can’t reconcile the idea of a good and loving God with a world that contains evil. That is the issue that C.S. Lewis tackles in this classic work of Christian literature. This is arguably one of C.S. Lewis’s most powerful works of non-fiction and a must-read for those that are interested in apologetics.





The Problem of Pain

by C. S. Lewis

[ Book Summary ]



AuthorC. S. Lewis
PublisherHarperOne
DateOctober 18, 1940
Pages162


Overview:

In The Problem of Pain, C.S. Lewis sought to provide an answer to the intellectual problem of evil. In philosophy, the “problem of evil” refers to the question of why an omnipotent and omnibenevolent God would allow evil to co-exist with His creation.

The problem of evil is perhaps the most common objection to the truth claims of Christianity. Many people can’t reconcile the idea of a good and loving God with a world that contains evil. That is the issue that C.S. Lewis tackles in this classic work of Christian literature. This is arguably one of C.S. Lewis’s most powerful works of non-fiction and a must-read for those that are interested in apologetics.




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