1. But what does a preacher do regarding the doctrine of providence when God embarrasses Himself and us by not being present in the way we want Him to be with us?
  2. Dr. Steven Paulson and Caleb Keith read Mark chapter seven.
  3. Steve Paulson addresses the importance of enduring evil.
  4. Dr. Paulson makes a transition into his chapter on evil. He and Caleb discuss the difference between overcoming evil and enduring it.
  5. In this episode Chad shows us that the problem of sin starts long before we are born, and the consequences are devastating.
  6. Good, we tend to think, is the absence of evil. But this reversal of the formula can only have disastrous consequences.
  7. When we — sinful, reprehensible we — become the enforcers of justice, we never bring about true justice. We either go too far or not far enough.
  8. When sin comes out of the shadows and makes itself known, Christians can rest in and declare Christ's resurrection.
  9. You Know, The Thing. In this episode, Robert Capon on The Mystery of Christ, and Why We Don’t Get It. We discuss exegesis, pastoral care, preaching, and the task of a theologian.
  10. Turning Inward to Attack Evil. In this episode, we continue to discuss Simone Weil on Evil. The importance of Jesus’ sacrificial death as expiation and redemption and what happens when we try to make good apart from God.
  11. Am I Evil? In this episode, we continue to read and discuss Simone Weil on Evil. Violence, suffering, and justice. What part does human evil play in Jesus’ sacrificial death?
  12. Oh goodness, it’s so evil. In this episode, we continue reading and discussing Simone Weil on evil. If God alone is good what does that mean for our understanding of ourselves and the world?

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