The Linguistic Interpretation in the Discordant Authorship of Evil
This paper proposes to investigate the linguistic interpretation of the authorship of evil as it is applied to the substantiation of evil in the world. The irreconcilable problem of evil continues to spawn countless white pages written by philosophers, sociologists, and theologians contemplating theodicies that endeavor to explain the existence of evil in a world created by an omnipotent, benevolent, and merciful God. Yet, no acceptable solution to the problem has been reached. Humanity continues to wrestle, sometimes loudly, but most often quietly, within the painful shadows of their hearts on this dilemma. It is on this stage in the expanse of the universe that the divine drama began. It is in this cosmos that a radical discordance was penned into existence, thundered upon the stage, and punctured the heart of humankind. What meaning shall humanity interpret from the creation of such permissible havoc? Upon whom shall the of authorship of evil be charged? The proposition herein is to assert an interpretation of culpability on the authorship of evil.
Nelson, Durrell, "The Linguistic Interpretation in the Discordant Authorship of Evil" (2015). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 5.