How can a Christian offer a unique, attractive path for
understanding and defeating evil among the world religions?
"It is my conviction that for Christians to effectively communicate with non-Christians regarding the supremacy of God over evil and suffering, they must be well informed about the relationship between Christian theodicy and the explanations for evil and suffering found in other belief systems."
In Systems of Evil, Dr. Odell-Hein provides an unbiased examination of how each of the major religions in the world deals with the problem of evil. The study first looks at the concept of evil in Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and Christianity. Next it develops a framework for comparing the systems to each other based strictly on unbiased data and native sources. Finally, the Christian system of evil is examined to discover the key ministry points for explaining that it is a sufficient explanation for the problem of evil while being uniquely attractive to prospective adherents.