Theistic belief in God as an all-powerful, omniscient, and benevolent creator has been a long-standing belief that has attracted both strong supporters and formidable critics. The problem of evil has been a significant obstacle to theistic belief. The retributive hypothesis is presented in this book as the most satisfactory or at least the least disappointing of all possible explanations to the problem of evil within the theistic context. One thing to note in this context is that belief in God, as an omniscient and omnipotent creator of the universe, has been presented here as a thesis for an enquirer’s point of view. This book focuses mainly on the critical examination of theistic belief. This critical examination will discuss the issues of survival, retributive justice and personal identity. With its distinctively critical and analytical approach, the book raises interesting questions and addresses them with fresh insight. This makes it a significant contribution to philosophy and the field of Philosophy of religion.
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