A short but comprehensive book covering such topics as why evil still matters today, why we shouldn't offer glib answers to the problem of suffering and evil, and what Christians can and ought to be doing about it.
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As ever written in a readable style, Wright is in command of his subject and has some very interesting insights. Necessarily he skims over some areas, normally noting "I have written more extensively on this elsewhere" but annoyingly not giving a note about where (at least not in the kindle version.)
Some of his ideas about the centrality of forgiveness in the life of the disciple are very interesting.