April 11 – Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil at the University of Chicago

Those in the Chicago area may be interested in the following event at the University of Chicago:

Wednesday, April 11, 4:30 PM
Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil

 A collaboration of Lumen Christi, the Philosophy Department, and the Theology Workshop, featuring:

Brian Davies, Fordham University
Denys Turner, Yale University
Michael Kremer, University of Chicago

Swift Hall, Third Floor Lecture Hall

Many people find that they cannot reconcile belief in the existence of God with the reality of evil; for if an all powerful and perfectly good God exists, then why is there so much suffering and injustice? Brian Davies, in his most recent book, Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil, argues that Aquinas gives us the proper theoretical framework for dealing with these tensions. Denys Turner and Michael Kremer will join Davies in a panel discussion of his book’s major claims.


About Jordan P. Barrett

PhD, Systematic Theology, Wheaton College
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