Next in our continuing series of presentation from the 2008 IBS Winter Symposium, Rev. Mark Blum gives a spirited paper on the “problem of evil” from a Buddhist/Western philosophical perspective. His argument is based in part on an interpretation of akunin shoki, or “evil persons” in Shinshu thought.

Originally recorded February 28, 2008

© 2008 Mark Blum

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