Suffering and God
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Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.
Part One: Suffering in our World
Love Rages and Weeps: Suffering and Holy Possibility
PAMELA R. MCCARROLL
On Suffering: The Event of Many Forms
The Way of Suffering: the Challenge of Matching Up
Manipulating the Suffering of Others
ALBERTO DA SILVA MOREIRA
Part Two: Biblical Reflection
Suffering in Eclesiastes: ‘this too is hével!’
CÁSSIO MURILO DIAS DA SILVA
Suffering and the Empowering Grace of the Lord
Part Three: Theological Investigations and Pastoral Care
The Suffering of God in some Contemporary Theologies
MARIA CLARA BINGEMER
Rethinking Theodicy: the Dilema of Epicurus and the Myth of the World-Without-Evil
ANDRÉS TORRES QUEIRUGA
The Enigma of Freedom
JOÃO J. VILA-CHÃ
God, Where Art Thou?: Respecting and Taking Care of the Suffering Body and Soul
Part Four: Theological Forum
The 2017 Reformation Jubilee
Aparecida: the House of the Mother of God and the Brazilian People
JOSÉ OSCAR BEOZZO
Political Challenges of the Paris Climate Agreement
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