Does The Irenaean Theodicy Solve The Problem Of Evil

This contains a fully resourced, differentiated lesson on the Irenaean theodicy. The main part of the lesson involves using an information sheet to answer a set of questions on its key features, including a comparison to the Augustinian theodicy as an extension task, followed by class note-taking and brief discussion tasks on John Hick’s extension of the theodicy, followed by a ranking task on the strengths of the theodicy and brainstorming activity on its weaknesses before finally reflecting on their viewpoint towards the overall success of the theodicy.

Learning Objectives:
To explain the key features of the Irenaean theodicy.
To assess its relative strengths and weaknesses.
To evaluate its success in responding to the problem of evil.

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  • Does-The-Irenaean-Theodicy-Solve-The-Problem-Of-Evil.pptx
  • Irenaean-Theodicy-Evaluation-Task.docx
  • Irenaean-Theodicy-Further-Reading.docx
  • Irenaean-Theodicy-Information-Sheet.docx
  • Irenaean-Theodicy-Starter-Activity.docx
  • Monism-Extension-Task.docx

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Created: Jul 29, 2018

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