• Why Evil Exists (Audiobook) By Professor Charles Mathewes

    Why Evil Exists (Audiobook) By Professor Charles Mathewes
    2011 | 19 hours and 8 mins | ISBN: n/a , ASIN: B00DTO62P6 | MP3 96 kbps | 790 MB

    Whether we view it in theological, philosophical, or psychological terms, evil remains both a deeply intriguing question and a crucially relevant global issue. Now, Professor Mathewes offers you a richly provocative and revealing encounter with the question of human evil - a dynamic inquiry into Western civilization's greatest thinking and insight on this critical subject.
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  • There is an island, in the Coral Sea between Australia and New Caledonia, that exists only on atlases and online map services such as Google Maps. Sandy Island, the island in question, owes its phantom existence to a human error that lasted through the centuries and even survived the transition to the most modern Internet technologies.
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  • New TTC - Why Evil Exists (Audiobook)
    Language: English | Publisher: tech12.com (2010) | ASIN: 3880569741 | MP3 128kbps | 787 MB
    Genre: e-Learning

    Why Evil Exists
    Taught By Professor Charles Mathewes, Ph.D., University of Chicago,
    University of Virginia
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  • TTC Audio - Why Evil Exists
    Professor Charles Mathewes | ISBN: N/A | 2010 | 36 Lectures | 30 minutes/lecture | MP3 96kbps | 787MB

    Why do humans do evil? What is behind "man's inhumanity to man," the troubling fact of human actions that produce suffering and destruction? Is it ultimately a spiritual or cosmic problem? Is it a consequence of social systems or power structures? Or is it some inner deficit of human nature, lurking in the shadow world of our psychology? Why, in the end, does evil exist?
    The "problem of evil" is one of the oldest and most fundamental concerns of human existence. Since ancient times, questions surrounding evil have preoccupied every major religion, as well as many of history's greatest secular thinkers, from early philosophers to contemporary social theorists.
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