sullenoddity/nara (sullenoddity) wrote in theism,
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theodicies and arguments from evil

Can anyone direct me to some contemporary theodicies and/or arguments from evil that are worth their salt? I've already covered Plantinga 's Free Will Theodicy and Hick's Soul Building Theodicy, along with Hume and Mackie's arguments from evil, but would like some more arguments to work from. 

I'm looking for anything, but it would be really helpful if there are any decent arguments for the punishment theodicy and karma (addressing moral and natural evil for both the individual and humanity as a whole). And quality inductive arguments from evil.

Thanks

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Look for Hugh McCann's article "God: The Author of Sin?" in Faith and Philosophy. I found that one to be a rewarding read. = )