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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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Denis Chang

I find this a very enlightening book. There is, however, an important and to my mind difficult subject which I do not believe the book has directly dealt with, namely the problem of physical pain and apparent "cruelty" in the non-human world (e.g. animals), particularly in the state of nature BEFORE the Fall of our first parents. I seem to recall that C S Lewis attempted to grapple with the problem. Could the authors of the book indicate what they think is the right approach to the issues commonly raised in relation to this subject ? Many thanks. D.C., Hong Kong.

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