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Theodicy and Cosmodicy

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The aim of this article is to offer a critical interpretation of the research into theodicy and cosmodicy of the 'Religious Communication in an Empirical Theology' (RECOMET) program at the Universities of Nijmegen and Tilburg (cf. Van der Ven, 1988a, 1988b, 1989). In response to the suggestion of Johannes van der Ven, we shall draw on the resources of the neoclassical theism of Charles Hartshorne and on its appropriation for Christian theology by Schubert Ogden, in order to propose several basic revisions to the theory guiding the RECOMET project and to offer our own interpretation of some of its findings (1989, 25).


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