The Theodicy of Peter Taylor Forsyth
A “Crucial” Justification of the Ways of God to Man
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Of all the theodicies published during World War I, P. T. Forsyth's is the bravest and most significant. As one not inclined to book-cover hyperbole, I cordially welcome this book, which breaks new ground in the treatment of this crucial theme. No future study of Forsyth's theodicy will be complete if account is not taken of the contextually grounded, bibliographically aware exposition so lucidly presented here."
-Alan P F Sell
Milton Keynes, UK
"This valuable analysis of P. T. Forsyth's work focuses on his significant 1916 wartime publication on theodicy. In doing so, it also offers a clear and consistent account of his wider theological contribution through dealing with themes of divine grace, the person and work of Christ, secondary acts of divine judgment, and universal human redemption. An informed and reflective study, this will establish Dr. Leow as one of the leading interpreters of P. T. Forsyth's work today."
University of Edinburgh