David Bentley Hart
David Bentley Hart (born 1965) is an American philosopher and theologian whose work encompasses a wide range of subjects and genres. A prolific essayist, he has written on topics as diverse as art, literature, religion, philosophy, film, baseball, and politics. He is also an author of fiction.
As a religious scholar, his work engages heavily with classical, medieval and continental European philosophy, philosophical and systematic theology, patristic texts, and South and East Asian culture, religion, and metaphysics. His translation of the New Testament was published in 2017.
One of the most challenging objections to God is also one of the most ancient ones: How could a good God allow such evil and suffering? Is he not powerful enough to stop it? Or, if he is, why doesn’t he? Natural disasters like tsunamis and earthquakes inevitably evoke questions about and interrogations of the divine. Scholar David Bentley Hart invites Christians to allow the weight of the world’s horrors to affect them even as they hold to the hope that God will bring his kingdom, where suffering and evil find no place.
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