Innocent suffering and the christian God: Some philosophical reflections

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Colledge, Richard. (2005). Innocent suffering and the christian God: Some philosophical reflections. Compass.
AuthorsColledge, Richard
Year2005
JournalCompass
PublisherAustralian Province of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
ISSN0819-4602
Web address (URL)http://compassreview.org/autumn05/3.html
Open accessOpen access
Page range5 - 8
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
Publisher's version
Place of publicationAustralia
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