This article suggests some possible responses, drawn from the Judeo-ChristianIslamic tradition, to Theo de Wit’s analysis of evil, narrativity and reconciliation. It is argued, first, that the problem of evil is rightly seen, not as a question relating incidentally to faith, but as an existential challenge arising from the human condition, to which the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition has sought, from its inception, to provide answers.
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