Evil

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Evil

The Shadow Side of Reality

This book explores the nature of evil in religious and psychological terms and looks at the devil in folklore and the Bible.

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“This is a valuable study, worth the close attention it requires.”
Spirituality Today

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"Hundreds of books go through our reviewing office each month. This one will remain on our shelf for rereading and loaning to others."
Provident Book Finder

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"Lively, practical, and rich in human experience."
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"The problem of evil is one of the most complicated and difficult issues facing human beings. Mr. Sanford looks at evil from many different perspectives and produces a rich, wise, and practical book. He combines the insights of psychology, mythology, literature, philosophy, and Christianity. He offers discerning suggestions on dealing with the reality of evil and concludes on a note of hope."
Morton Kelsey

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"Jack Sanford has made a more interesting and assimilable book on the subject of evil than I would have thought possible. It is readable, informative, and immediately human."
Robert Johnson

“This is a valuable study, worth the close attention it requires.”
Spirituality Today

,

"Hundreds of books go through our reviewing office each month. This one will remain on our shelf for rereading and loaning to others."
Provident Book Finder

,

"Lively, practical, and rich in human experience."
Best Sellers


"The problem of evil is one of the most complicated and difficult issues facing human beings. Mr. Sanford looks at evil from many different perspectives and produces a rich, wise, and practical book. He combines the insights of psychology, mythology, literature, philosophy, and Christianity. He offers discerning suggestions on dealing with the reality of evil and concludes on a note of hope."
Morton Kelsey

,

"Jack Sanford has made a more interesting and assimilable book on the subject of evil than I would have thought possible. It is readable, informative, and immediately human."
Robert Johnson

9780824505264
Paperback / 172 pages
HERDER & HERDER, 1982

Dimensions: 6 x 9